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Students enrolled in the MS in Materials Engineering program must complete a total of 30 credits. The program duration is typically one year.

Core Courses

CAE 729 Molecular Simulation of Materials 3
MAE 616 Introduction to Composite Materials 3
ECE 698 Special Topics in Electrical Engineering (* ECE 698 will have topics of relevance to Materials Engineering.) 3
BME 635 Advanced Biomaterials 3
Engineering Skill/Experiential Course (1 course) 3

Students chose one of the following options:

Statistics (chosen from):
Statistical Learning
Statistical Analysis (Student would have to demonstrate that pre-requisite requirements ( MTH 210, Linear Algebra, and MTH 224, Probability and Statistics) have been sufficiently met.)  
Introduction to Mathematical Statistics (Students would have to demonstrate that pre-requisite ( MTH 624, Introduction to Probability) has been sufficiently met.)  
Scientific Writing and Communication (chosen from):
Professional Communications Skills for Engineering Grad Students (* ECE 792 would be offered as a 3 credit elective.)  
Graduate Scholarship in Biomedical Engineering (* BME 780 will evolve to include training relevant to Materials Engineering students, in addition to BME graduate students.)  

Electives or Concentration (12 Credits)

Students can either choose a concentration in Structure & Fabrication, Characterization, or Devices & Application, or elect to take classes across concentrations.

Materials Structure & Fabrication Concentration (chosen from):
Modern Quantum Chemistry  
Scientific and Engineering Foundations of Additive Manufacturing  
Additive Manufacturing of Engineering Materials  
Additive Manufacturing Lab  
Principles of Mass Spectrometry and Applications to Marine, Atmospheric, and Environmental Science  
Materials Characterization Concentration (chosen from):
Scanning Electron Microscopy for Engineers  
Tissue Mechanics  
Finite Element Analysis for Engineers  
Advanced Mechanics of Solids  
Fracture Mechanics  
CAD and FEM for Stress Analysis of 3D Printed Structures  
Devices & Applications Concentration (chosen from):
CET 6## Aerosol Science and Technology (NEW COURSE)
MEMS: Sensors and Electronics  
Semiconductor Photonic Devices  
Organs on Chips  
Concrete Materials Science  

Capstone (3 Credits)

Students choose to complete a Master's Project or Industry Project.

Master's Project
One semester project supervised by a faculty member in an appropriate academic unit culminating in a report that’s approved by the supervisor.
Industry Project
A three-month summer industry project, culminating with an internship report detailing the work done and knowledge gained. Project will be supervised by a faculty member in an appropriate academic unit culminating in a report that's approved by the supervisor.
Total Credit Hours 30