An Interdisciplinary Education
The education of students for academia, industry, and government is one of UD-CCM’s primary objectives. Our students also have the opportunity to interact with visiting students, faculty, and researchers from industry, government agencies, and other universities in both the U.S. and abroad. The philosophy underlying graduate and undergraduate research programs at UD-CCM is that development of students into productive, proactive engineers is best accomplished in an environment of discovery, where research is an integral part of education and where students play an integral role in solving real-world problems.
Composite Materials Certificate Program
This Certificate Program in Composite Materials is offered by the University of Delaware’s Department of Mechanical Engineering and Center for Composite Materials and is administered through the Engineering Outreach Program. It is designed for engineering and science professionals who are new to the field of composite materials or wish to expand their knowledge of composite materials. To successfully participate in this certificate program, one should hold a bachelor’s degree in engineering or the sciences, thereby ensuring the necessary background in calculus, ordinary differential equations, and engineering mathematics including linear algebra and field theory.
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