The undergraduate curriculum leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in materials science and engineering consists of the “Engineering Core”—basic courses in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and engineering, with electives in social sciences and humanities—plus materials courses, technical electives, and open electives. A total of 129 credit hours are required.
The curriculum provides students with the broad knowledge of the field of Materials Science and Engineering, and allows students to choose an area of materials science and engineering in which to concentrate on. The designed concentrations are:
The department also has an option of a minor program, and a five year B.S./M.S. program.
Review degree requirements, learning objectives and program of study in the university's General Bulletin, as well as specific course descriptions.
Review enrollment and graduation rates for the engineering school and the materials science and engineering department through the Office of Institutional Research.
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Class of 2017 - Prof. Willard
Class of 2018 - Prof. DeGuire
Class of 2019 - Prof. Lagerlof
Class of 2020 - Prof. Carter
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