Winona State University Composite Materials Engineering
The Winona State University Composite Materials Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. This is the only undergraduate program in the United States that offers a bachelor of science degree in composite materials engineering.
The mission of the Composite Materials Engineering (CME) Program is to develop creative minds and innovation in the field of composite materials through education, applied research, and scholarly pursuits in collaboration with the composites industry and community.
Engineering for the Future
- What types of materials are going to be used in automobiles in order to achieve 54.5 mpg by the year 2025?
- What types of materials are allowing the major airplane manufacturers to achieve significant fuel savings?
- What types of materials are found in the blades used on the wind turbines producing all that wind power now providing energy across the globe?
The answer to each question - composite materials.
If you're interested in learning how to design, fabricate, and test products made of composite materials, then explore the website and contact us to find what a Composite Materials Engineering degree will mean to you and your future career.