The specialisation Metallurgy covers

  • Extractive Metallurgy
  • Metal Forming
  • Physical Metallurgy and Heat Treatment
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Systems
  • Environment Protection and Waste Utilisation
  • Computer Science in Materials Technology

    Students who study metallurgy learn how to make and process iron-based metallic materials, investigate their properties and learn how to design technologies, devices and the computer modelling of technological processes. The syllabus also covers some problems of computer-aided technologies related to metallurgical processes, production economics, the rational use of energy, environmental protection and the utilisation of metallurgical wastes.
    Faculty of Metals Engineering and Industrial Computer Science is known for the strong, productive relationships between students and faculty. The university employs approximately 370 full-time teaching faculty members. More than 75 percent of the full-time faculty hold doctorates. Our professors serve as experts on topics as varied as their specialities. Faculty of Metals Engineering and Industrial Computer Science is accredited by the State Accreditation Committee of the Polish Ministry of Science Higher Education (PAK) and Accreditation Committee of Technological High Schools (KAUT). The Faculty Fall 2008 enrolment of approximately 1800 includes about 1400 full-time students and about 400 extramural students. Among the new students are near 600 freshmen. About 40 percent of the students are females.