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The Department offers MS (thesis and non-thesis) and PhD degrees in Materials Science & Engineering.
The MS Thesis program requires eight courses (3 credits each), six credit hours of research, a thesis and oral defense of thesis.
The MS Non-thesis program requires ten courses (3 credits each) and a written report.
The Graduate Manual outlines the requirements for the Materials Science & Engineering graduate degrees.
The Materials Science and Engineering program prepares graduate students to apply science and engineering principles to solve problems related to the scientific understanding, characterization, and development of new technology necessary for the processing and manufacturing of different materials and related products.
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