In the Materials Science and Engineering program from University of Arizona , emphasis is placed on metals, alloys, electronic and optical materials, ceramics, composites and biomaterials. Courses and research are provided in extraction, thermodynamics, kinetics, transport, microstructural characterization, physical properties, processing, and application.
Materials Science & Engineering
The science and engineering of materials hold the key to advances in many critical areas of high technology - from integrated circuits and chip carriers to turbine engines and optical waveguides. As a result, the field of Materials Science and Engineering abounds with scientific challenges critical to a broad variety of applications. Exciting times are ahead and MSE is poised to initiate new thrusts in optical materials, biomaterials, tissue engineering, nanotechnology and computational modeling of materials.
The Materials Science and Engineering Department at the University of Arizona has attracted a wide group of world class individuals to its faculty and has developed a pioneering and wide-ranging curriculum at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Funding from the state, federal government and industry has provided modern facilities and supported research of ever expanding scope and magnitude. We conduct research at both the campus setting and at our off-campus research facility, the Arizona Materials Laboratory (AML).
The department has exciting research programs in areas as diverse as high-tech ceramics, non-linear optical materials, sol-gel and biomimetic processing, and polymers in electronic packaging. It has a long tradition of excellence in extractive and physical metallurgy; the movement toward high-tech materials has not been made at the expense of this excellence, but rather as a complement to it.
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36 units of work in the major subject (MSE). These units must include:
- 18 units of regularly scheduled classes. This coursework shall include - MSE 510 - Thermodynamics, MSE 572 - Kinetics, and at least 9 units of 500 level courses in the Department.
- 18 units of non-graded work (including research, independent study or regularly scheduled graduate-level courses).
- Of these 18 non-graded units, the student must enroll in Colloquium, MSE 595a, during each Fall and Spring semester throughout their doctoral program of study.
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- 54 months
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DisciplinesMaterials Science & Engineering General Engineering & Technology View 29 other Masters in Materials Science & Engineering in United States
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- Minimum GPA 3.0
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- 3 letters of recommendation
- Statement of purpose
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International20126 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 10063 USD per semester and a duration of 54 months.
National20126 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 10063 USD per semester and a duration of 54 months.
In-State20126 USD/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 10063 USD per semester and a duration of 54 months.
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