Materials Science and Engineering

   

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Materials Science and Engineering Core

Thermodynamics:
  • CHEE 6335: Classical and Statistical Thermodynamics
  • MECE 6331: Advanced Thermodynamics I
  • CHEM 6313: Thermodynamics and Kinetics
  • CHEM 6322: Statistical Thermodynamics
  • PHYS 6327: Statistical Physics I
Materials Engineering:
  • MTLS 6300: Physics and Chemistry of Engineering Materials
  • CHEE 6300: Physics and Chemistry of Engineering Materials
  • MECE 6363: Physical Metallurgy
  • ECE 6348: Material Science of Thin Films
  • CHEM 6375: Physical Inorganic Chemistry II

 

Approved Materials Science and Engineering Courses

  • MTLS 6300: Physics and Chemistry of Engineering Materials
  • MTLS 6319: Introduction to Nanoengineering
  • MTLS 6320: Nanomaterials Engineering
  • MTLS 6321: Nano Design and Fabrication
  • MECE 6320: Composite Materials
  • MECE 5307: Fracture of Structural Materials
  • MECE 6300: Applied Magnetics
  • MECE 6301: Nanostructured Materials
  • MECE 6321: Polymer Materials and Mechanics I
  • MECE 6322: Polymer Viscoelasticity and Fracture
  • MECE 6339: Introduction to Engineering Alloys
  • MECE 6358: Super conducting Ceramic Materials
  • MECE 6361: Mechanical Behavior of Materials
  • MECE 6363: Physical Metallurgy
  • MECE 6364: Solidification and Heat Treatment
  • MECE 6368: Mechanical Engineering Design Project: Modeling Material Behavior
  • MECE 6384: Methods of Applied Mathematics I
  • MECE 6385: Methods of Applied Mathematics II
  • MECE 6397: Materials for Energy Storage
  • MECE 6397: (Special Topics) Microfabrication
  • MECE 7370: Flow and Fracture of Solids
  • MECE 7371: Advanced Fracture of Mechanics I
  • MECE 7372: Nanomechanics of Materials
  • MECE 7373: Mechanical Behavior of Metals
  • MECE 7374: Mechanical Behavior of Ceramics I
  • MECE 7377: Microstructural Electron Microscopy
  • MECE 7382: Physical Properties of Crystals
  • MECE 7397: Nanostructured Materials
  • CHEE 5377: Intro to Polymer Science
  • CHEE 6300: Physics and Chemistry of Engineering Materials
  • CHEE 6327: Experimental Methods in Chemical Engineering
  • CHEE 6330: Foundations of Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering
  • CHEE 6331: Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering I
  • CHEE 6360: Biomolecular Engr. Fundamentals
  • CHEE 6365: Fundamentals of Catalysis
  • CHEE 6375: Chemical Processing for Microelectronics
  • CHEE 6377: Introduction to Polymer Science
  • CHEE 6385: Processing of Electronic Materials
  • CHEE 6390: Energy and the Environment
  • CHEE 6391: Transport Phenomena in Physiological Systems
  • CHEE 6393: Cellular and Biological Transport Phenomena
  • CHEE 6396: Instrumental Characterization of Materials
  • CHEE 7387: Plasma Processing: Principles and Applications
  • CIVE 7397: High Performance Infrastructure Materials
  • ECE 6309: Microlithography for Micro-and Nano-system Manufacturing
  • ECE 6312: Fundamentals of Ferromagnetic Materials and Devices
  • ECE 6314: Design and Fabrication of Nanoscale Devices
  • ECE 6328: CMOS Analog Integrated Circuits
  • ECE 6340: Intermediate Electromagnetic Waves
  • ECE 6347: Advanced Topics in MOS Devices
  • ECE 6348: Material Science of Thin Films
  • ECE 6349: Applied Solid State Theory
  • ECE 6358: Optoelectronics and Photonics: Principles and Applications
  • ECE 6382: Engineering Analysis I
  • ECE 6383: Engineering Analysis II
  • ECE 6397: (Special Topic) Electrochemical Nanofabrication Technology
  • ECE 6397: (Special Topic) Solar Cells and Nanomaterials
  • ECE 6397: (Special Topic) Advanced Batteries
  • ECE 7349: Advanced Topics in Microelectronics
  • ECE 7366: Advanced Processing Integration of VLSI
  • ECE 7395: Thin Film Technology
  • CHEM 6324: Molecular Spectroscopy
  • CHEM 6332: Inorganic Material Analysis
  • CHEM 6374: Physical Inorganic Chemistry I
  • CHEM 6375: Physical Inorganic Chemistry II
  • CHEM 6377: Solid State Chemistry
  • CHEM 7321: Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry
  • CHEM 7325: Surface Science
  • PHYS 6303: Methods of Mathematical Physics I
  • PHYS 6304: Methods of Mathematical Physics II
  • PHYS 7345: Ion Beam Modification of Materials