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Degree Plan

Suggested Degree Plan for Coursework by Semester

*Individual plans may vary

 

Summer before Semester 1: Five-day Business Boot Camp                           

 
Semester 1                        

                MSEC 7401 Fundamental Materials Science and Engineering (4 Hour Credit)        

                MSEC 7301 Practical Skills in Commercialization and Entrepreneurship (3 Hour Credit)     

                MSEC 7101 Commercialization Forum (1 Hour Credit)     

                MSEC 7102 Materials Science, Engineering, and Commercialization Seminar (1 Hour Credit)         

 
Semester 2                        

                MSEC 7402 Advanced Materials Science and Engineering Concepts (4 Hour Credit)           

                MSEC 7302 Leadership Skills in Commercialization and Entrepreneurship (3 Hour Credit)               

                MSEC 7101 Commercialization Forum (1 Hour Credit)     

                MSEC 7102 Materials Science, Engineering, and Commercialization Seminar (1 Hour Credit)         

 

Summer after Semester 2: Five-day Entrepreneurship Boot Camp                             

               
Semester 3                        

                MSEC 7101 Commercialization Forum (1 Hour Credit)     

                MSEC 7102 Materials Science, Engineering, and Commercialization Seminar (1 Hour Credit)         

                MSEC Prescribed Elective(s)                       

 
Semester 4                                       

                MSEC 7101 Commercialization Forum (Lead) (1 Hour Credit)       

                MSEC 7102 Materials Science, Engineering, and Commercialization Seminar (Lead) (1 Hour Credit)           

                MSEC Prescribed Electives          

 
Semester 5                        

                MSEC Prescribed Electives   

               MSEC 7699 Dissertation in Materials Science, Engineering, and Commercialization (6 Hour Credit)             

 

Semester 6                        

                MSEC 7699 Dissertation in Materials Science, Engineering, and Commercialization (6 Hour Credit)             

 
Semester 7                        

                MSEC 7699 Dissertation in Materials Science, Engineering, and Commercialization (6 Hour Credit)                             

                               
TOTAL - Minimum required semester credit hours    55 
 
 

Prescribed Elective Courses

*Courses may not be offered every semester

 

MSEC 7103 Research in Materials Science, Engineering, and Commercialization
MSEC 7303 Research in Materials Science, Engineering, and Commercialization
MSEC 7304 Collaborative Research/Commercialization Experience
MSEC 7310 Nanoscale Systems and Devices
MSEC 7311 Materials Characterization
MSEC 7312 Thermodynamics and Kinetics for Materials Scientists
MSEC 7315 Quantum Mechanics for Matierals Scientists
MSEC 7320 Nanocomposites
MSEC 7325 Principles of Technical Project Management
MSEC 7330 Computational Materials Science
MSEC 7340 Biomaterials & Biosensors
MSEC 7350 Frontiers of Nanoelectronics
MSEC 7360 Nanomaterials Processing
MSEC 7370 Advanced Polymer Science
MSEC 7395A Electronic Device Materials
MSEC 7395B Thin Film Photovoltaic Devices
MSEC 7395C Materials for Sustainable Materials
MSEC 7395D Polymer Characterization and Processing