Note: This list is provided for reference only. The official degree requirements (including distribution requirements) are published in the course catalog, which takes precedence over this list.
Must be passed with letter grade of C or higher.
Courses in materials science and engineering at 300 level or higher. Materials-related courses in other departments may be used with prior permission. Must be passed with a letter grade of C or higher.
* Independent research can only count toward three (3) credits of this requirement.
* See above for requirements specific to the Biomaterials and Nanotechnology Concentrations.
Must be passed with a letter grade of C- or higher.
Introductory language courses, even if not with H or S designator, can substitute for H designated courses.
Letter grade of C- or higher required if taken for letter grade; S required if taken S/U.
For the Biomaterials Concentration, one of the three electives must be 580.221: Molecules and Cells (4 credits) (students can substitute Cell Biology and Biochemistry for Molecules and Cells).
For other students, a possible choice is 530.201: Statics and Mechanics (4 credits).
A student who has taken Foundations of MSE may count it toward one unrestricted elective.