- Mixing and testing rubber compounds for industry standards, processing these compounds into finished products.
- Hands-on learning, with the same equipment that is used in industry.
- Two paid internships for a minimum of 10 weeks each.
- Rubber product design
- Computer-aided design
- Material formulation
- Supervision and management
Algebra and trigonometry
- Electrical and hydraulic controls
- Chemistry and physics
In this innovative program, you learn to mix and test rubber compounds for industry standards, processing these compounds into finished products. Classes emphasize hands-on learning, using the same type of equipment that is currently used in industry.
You will serve two paid internships in industry, for a minimum of 10 weeks each, gaining
invaluable first-hand experience before graduation. This also helps you decide what
type of position you would most enjoy after graduation. Some out-of-state companies
even pay room-and-board, in addition to salary,
to attract our interns.
'The Rubber Engineering program is hands-on. A lot of what I learn in the classroom prepares me for the kinds of activities that I will be performing in the workplace.'
Derek Fudge, Tampa Florida, senior in Rubber Technology, College of Engineering Technology, and three-year letterman as running back for Bulldog Football.