Dr. Lázaro Abdiel Falcón Franco
- (01 866) 639-0330
- Carretera 57 Km. 4.5 Zona Universitaria,
C.P. 25750. Monclova, Coahuila.
To train competitive professionals and experts in the field of metallurgy and materials, with the necessary skills to apply, optimize and innovate the technological methods used in the processes of obtaining materials, consistent with the needs and expectations of the business sector and committed to their environment.
By 2020, the Faculty of Metallurgy develops competitive professionals committed to the business sector and their environment, resulting from their accredited and internationalized bachelor and graduate/postgraduate study programs, recognized for their quality, with sufficient infrastructure, supported by their teaching staff and updated and certified research, focused on the cultivation of relevant research lines resulting from an effective link with the business and educational sector.
• Honesty and Trust
• Dialogue and Teamwork
• Diversity and Tolerance
• Justice and Equality
• Solidary Cooperation
It has its roots in the facilities of the School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering in 1976, starting with the bachelor in Industrial Metallurgical Engineering as part of that school. In the year of 1981, the University Council approves the creation of the School of Metallurgy within the facilities of the School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.
However, it is in 1983 when it occupies its own facilities where it is currently located, being Dr. Antonio Fuentes Montemayor the first Dean, during the 1981-1984 cycle. The school only had the laboratories of Physics and Chemistry and four classrooms.
In 1985, the first curricular revision was made, changing the name of the degree to Metallurgical Chemical Engineering. As part of the demands that the productive sector demanded, since 1990, teachers were sent to carry out postgraduate studies to have a prepared teaching staff that would allow the implementation of the Master’s Degree in Metallurgy. These professors were supported by FOMES, and later by PROMEP.
METALLURGICAL-CHEMICAL AND MATERIALS ENGINEER
The Metallurgical-Chemical and Materials Engineer program aims to train students and professionals in the area of metallurgy and materials for the social and economic development of the state and the country, through the generation of knowledge, derived from knowing how to learn, knowing how to be, knowing how to do and knowing how to live together, staying at the forefront of scientific, technological research, with social responsibility, leadership and high ethical values.
MASTER IN METALLURGY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
To train human resources at a Master level in science and technology of metallurgy, with the possibility of specifying lines of scientific research and technological development according to the interests and demands of the national economy.
SCIENCE IN METALLURGY AND MATERIALS
01 (866) 639-0330 | 649-6045 1. GENERAL INFORMATION OF THE ACADEMIC BODY NAME OF THE BODY: “Science in Metallurgy and Materials”. 2. MEMBERS OF THE ACADEMIC BODY.
- Dr. Sergio García Villarreal
- Dra. Claudia Verónica Reyes Guzmán
- M.C. Ma. Gloria Rosales Sosa
- Dra. Yadhira Mangen Hernández
- M.I. Manuel García Yregoi
- Dr. Lázaro Abdiel Falcón Franco
- Dra. Isabel Aracely Facundo Arzola
3. LINKING / AGREEMENT OF THE ACADEMIC BODY. 4. LINES OF GENERATION AND/OR APPLICATION OF KNOWLEDGE THAT THE ACADEMIC BODY CULTIVATES