Materials Engineering, MENG

for the degree of Master of Engineering in Materials Engineering


This program is not currently accepting applications.


Other Graduate Programs in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering

degrees:

Materials Science & Engineering, MS

optional concentrations:

Biomechanics|Cancer Nanotechnology|Computational Science & Engineering

Materials Science & Engineering, PhD

optional concentrations:

Biomechanics|Cancer Nanotechnology|Computational Science & Engineering


The Department of Materials Science & Engineering (MatSE) offers graduate programs leading to degrees of Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Science & Engineering. The department is consistently ranked among the top programs in the nation (undergraduate and graduate) by U.S. News and World Report. It offers opportunities to specialize in Nanoscale Science and Technology, Materials for Energy and the Environment, Materials for Medicine, and Mechanical Properties and Materials for Extreme Conditions with strong research programs in all of the areas.

Opportunity also exists for specializing in energy and sustainability engineering via the

Energy and Sustainability Engineering (EaSE) Graduate Certificate Option


for the degree of Master of Engineering in Materials Engineering


For additional details and requirements, please refer to the department's Graduate Degree Requirements Handbook and the Graduate College Handbook.


MSE 492Lab Safety Fundamentals (credit does not apply toward the degree)0
MSE 585Materials Engrg Practicum (The equivalent of two semesters of industrial internships or co-ops (30 weeks total; one of the semesters can be during the B.S. program or prior to enrollment).) 12
Two MSE area specialty courses in the student’s chosen area of specialization. 6
MSE area specialty courses in one area outside the student’s chosen area of specialization (subject to Other Requirements and Conditions below)3-6
Technical elective course - Chosen from list appropriate for the student's area of specialization 3
Elective courses – At least 10 hours of these elective courses shall be College of Engineering courses in one or more of the areas of business, technology management, and entrepreneurship as listed on an approved list available from the department. There is the possibility of obtaining one of the Technology Entrepreneur Center Certificates.13-20
Total Hours36

Other Requirements and Conditions

Other Requirements and Conditions may overlap
Minimum hours of MSE course work 11
Minimum of 500-level credit hours overall applied toward the degree. 12
MSE 595 (0 or 1 hour) must be taken every semester in the first two years of residence. A maximum of 2 hours may be applied toward the degree.
A maximum of 2 hours of MSE 529 or MSE 559 in combination may be applied toward the degree:2 Ceramics, Electronic Materials, and Metallurgy area majors take MSE 529 every semester in residence; Polymer and Biomaterials area majors take MSE 559 every semester in residence
One or two MSE area specialty courses in one area outside the student’s chosen area of specialization are required (two if one was not taken as part of the B.S. program)
Minimum GPA: 3.0