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While few courses at the high school level are directly related
to materials engineering, the foundation for engineering includes a
wide range of math and science courses. If you are interested in
pursuing a career in this field, you should invest in an education
steeped heavily in math and science, including geometry, algebra,
trigonometry, calculus, chemistry, biology, physics, and computer
programming. Materials engineers who will also be designing
products will need drafting skills, so computer-aided design,
mechanical drawing, and art classes are an excellent choice.
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