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Research. Innovate. Design and produce alternative versions of existing textiles or create new textile materials with the expertise provided by the Master of Science in Textile Engineering.

To succeed in textiles engineering, graduates need to understand textile research, design, development, testing, production and usage. A strong background in textile engineering prepares graduates for employment opportunities in materials specification, sourcing, processing or product development.

Graduates find employment as a materials engineer, textile and fiber analyst, product improvement expert, chemist or manufacturing engineer for special interest agencies serving niche markets that require specific textile materials. If your interests lie in academia, you may find opportunities to work as a research and development specialist or as a professor or instructor.

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The Master of Science in Textile Engineering provides the education and experience required for specialized engineering and chemistry careers. Recent graduates have found employment with the following job titles:

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