Admission to this program is contingent upon admission to the Graduate School.
The Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering program is open to students with a bachelor’s degree in engineering or the physical sciences. Admission requires a 3.0 grade point average, or the equivalent as determined by the Department Graduate Officer. Applicants whose baccalaureate degrees are not in materials or metallurgical engineering, or whose undergraduate preparation is evaluated as insufficient, may be required to elect additional courses prior to admission.
The master’s degree is offered by this department under the following options:
Plan A: thirty credits in course work, including a six credit thesis.
Plan C: thirty credits in course work.
Both options require the following core courses:
|MSE 5650||Surface Science||3|
|MSE 7300||Advanced Thermodynamics||3|
|MSE 7400||Mechanical Behavior of Materials||3|
|PHY 6450||Introduction to Material and Device Characterizations||4|
- A maximum of 9 approved credits can be taken from other Departments in Engineering (excluding Engineering Technology), Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Biology Departments
- No more than 3 credits can be taken in combination of MSE 7990, MSE 8996, CHE 8510
- No more than 1 credit per semester of CHE 8510