Nano Materials Science and Engineering, Certificate
The undergraduate Nano Materials Science and Engineering Certificate is a 12-hours program open to all majors and professionals. This certificate will provide students the necessary skills to apply Nano Materials Science effectively in a variety of areas. Multiple Departments participate in the transcripted Nano Materials Science and Engineering certificate. See catalog section UNDERGRADUATE TRASNCRIPTED CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS OFFERED for participating departments.
In order to qualify for the certificate, students need to take four courses, two required and two chosen from among electives. Prerequisites for various courses have to be met. Contact the specific department course instructor for information and advising concerning prerequisites.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|CHEM 4313||Chemistry and Nanoscience||3|
|or CHEM 4363||Chem & Morphological Analysis|
|MEEN 3344||Materials Science||3|
|Select at least 6 hours of the following:||6|
|Matrix Methds and Struc Analys|
|Coordination Chem & Catalysis|
|Water and Wastewater Treatment|
|Intro to VLSI Circuit Design|
|Material Science Laboratory|
|Undergraduate Research (WI) 1|
or CHEM 4385
|Senior Research (WI)|
Any Topics/Special Problems courses within the College of Engineering 2
|Total Semester Credit Hours||12|
Numbered 4335 (V1:3) or 4336 (V1:3) focused on a research aspect of materials science.