Students with a degree in materials science and engineering may have a career in an engineering or a technical field, or can continue on to graduate school in materials science and engineering or a related field. For the most recent graduation outcomes, please explore The Career & Professional Development Center.
Ray Mizgorski serves as the career consultant for our undergraduate students. He aids in preparing students for their professional life beyond Carnegie Mellon by assisting with resumes, interviews, internships, networking, careers fairs, negotiating job offers, and more.
Materials scientists impact a wide variety of industries, from additive manufacturing to retail fashion, aerospace, and pharmaceuticals.