Combination BS/MS in MSE

The combined BS/MS degree program allows qualified students to apply for graduate admissions to pursue both a bachelor’s degree in Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) and a master’s degree in MSE concurrently. Admitted students begin MS degree coursework while working towards their BS degree and will double-count up to 12 credit hours of specific graduate courses for both their undergraduate and graduate degree requirements. The MS degree is designed to be completed within two to three semesters after completing the BS requirements.

Admission Requirements for the Combination BS/MS Program in MSE

Combination BS/MS Program in MSE

Undergraduate Requirement

Graduate Courses

EMA 3800 – Error Analyses and Optimization Methodologies in Materials Research EMA 6808 – Error Analyses and Optimization Methodologies in Materials Research
EMA 3413 – Electronic Properties of Materials EMA 6114 – Functional Properties. of Materials
EMA 4314 – Thermodynamics of Materials EMA 6316 – Materials Thermodynamics
EMA 4125 – Kinetics of Materials EMA 6136 – Diffusion, Kinetics and Transport Phenomena
EMA 4061 – Biomaterials: Structure and Properties EMA 6580 – Science of Biomaterials
EMA 4062 – Biopolymers: Manufacture, Stability and Biocompatibility EMA 6581 – Polymeric Biomaterials
EMA 4161 – Physical Properties of Polymers EMA 6165 – Polymer Physical Science
EMA 4462 – Polymer Characterization EMA 6461 – Polymer Characterization
EMA 4614 – Production of Electronic Materials EMA 6616 – Advanced Electronic Materials Processing
EMA 4615 – Compound Semiconductor Materials EMA 6412 – Synthesis and Characterization of Electronic Materials
EMA 4645 – Processing of Ceramic Materials EMA 6448 – Ceramic Processing
EMA 4623 – Process Metallurgy EMA 6625 – Advanced Metals Processing