Material Science & Engineering (Master of Science)
Program Description for Material Science & Engineering
Major: Material Science & Engineering
Degree: Master of Science
Major Requirements (12 credits)
The Materials Science and Engineering master's degree consists of 30 credits and requires a thesis.
EMA5104 Adv Materials Principles I (3 Credits)
EMA5114 Adv Materials Principles II (3 Credits)
- Prerequisite: EMA 5104 Advanced Materials Principles I
EMA5504 Materials Characterization (3 Credits)
EMA5814 Modeling & Sim of Materials (3 Credits)
Experiential Learning (18 credits)
Every Materials Science and Engineering master's student is required to complete a total of 17 credits of the variable-credit course Graduate Thesis Research as well as the one credit Graduate Thesis Defense. A thesis committee must be established and the thesis proposal must be approved by the committee before more than 6 credits of Graduate Thesis Research have been completed. Graduate Thesis Defense should be taken in the student's final term.
EMA6971 Graduate Thesis Research (1-9 Credits)
EMA6973 Graduate Thesis Defense (1 Credit)