The course is structured in four main formative lines: Surface Engineering; Biomaterials; Materials processing by conventional and advanced techniques; Design and materials selection
The level of technical and scientific competencies required to MIEM students in each of the two field of expertise, combined with the capacity to integrate knowledge from several areas and the development of a strong critical spirit, allow the students to be able to solve complex problems in various industrial sectors, such as: industrial goods, transport, energy, heating, ventilation, industrial plants, plastics and mold, among many others. The MIEM holders have access to the profession of engineer in industry, services and public sector. Students of MIEM have the opportunity to develop original work, in their dissertation or final project, which can be developed in academic or industrial environment, considering problems with more or less applied research. In each area of specialization of the MIEM, there are curricular units with a strong penchant for promoting innovation, either by their syllabus or by the challenges they pose to the students.
Mathematical Analysis; Technical Drawing; Structure and Properties of Materials; Computer Programming; Linear Algebra and Analytical Geometry; General Physics; Numerical and Computational Methods; Probability and Statistics; Materials Science and Engineering; Applied Mechanics; Thermodynamics; Elasticity and Plasticity; Instrumentation and Measurements; Strenght of Materials; Industrial Automation; Mechanical Behavior of Materials; Fluid Mechanics; Mechanical Technology; Production Management; Introduction to Mechanical Design; Solid Mechanics; Heat Transfer; Automatic Calculation of Structures; Industrial and Enterprises Management; Electricity and Electric Machinery; Heat and Mass Transfer; Climatization and Refrigeration; Combustion; Industrial Control; Vibrations and Noise; Design of machine elements