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Curriculum in Materials Engineering
Administered by the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.
Leading to the degree bachelor of science. Total credits required: 122.5. See also Basic Program and Cooperative Programs.
The Department of Materials Science and Engineering requires a grade of C or better in Engl 104 and 105 and certification from the departmental curriculum committee.
1General Education electives must be departmentally approved.
2Course in first area of emphasis (specialization).
3Course in second area of emphasis (specialization).
4Technical electives must be department approved.
5The free elective may be General Education, Technical, or other graded course not of remedial nature.
6If Electronics is chosen as a specialization then the technical elective requirement is reduced by 2 credits since 331 and 432 are 4 credits each.
*Core professional curriculum. A student must have a minimum grade-point average of 2.00 in this group of courses and certification by the department curriculum committee in order to graduate.
A Mat E student may take up to 9 credit hours from General Education and free electives on a P/NP basis, except that courses used to meet the U.S. Diversity and International Perspectives requirements may not be among them. S/F courses (different from P/NP) will be considered for these requirements on a course-by-course basis.
A Mat E student who successfully completes 298, 397, 398, or 498 once or 396 twice, may (with department approval) be excused from either 313 or 413 (but not both). Two additional credits of technical electives must be taken to replace the excused course.
Areas of specialization from which a student selects two:
Ceramic Materials: 321, 322, 423, 424
Electronic Materials: 331, 332, 432, 433
Metallic Materials: 341, 342, 443, 444
Polymeric Materials: 351, Ch E 442, 453, 454