In-depth, Individualized and Interdisciplinary Courses

MatSE's curriculum provides an understanding of the underlying principles of synthesis and processing of materials and of the interrelationships between structure, properties and processing. You'll learn how to create advanced materials and systems required for site-specific drug delivery, self-healing materials, enabling the transition to a hydrogen-based economy and for more efficient photovoltaics and nuclear systems for energy production.

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Make sure you've got your plans in place for your next exciting semester. The deadline for first-year students to register for classes is June 6.

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Undergraduate Curriculum Maps

Are you prepared to discover materials for energy and the environment, mechanical properties and materials for extreme conditions, or nanoscale science and technology? Endless learning opportunities await you. Discover out material journey below:

Get ready. You're about to explore functional materials and their biomedical and biological applications. Your studies of biomaterials will cross many disciplines including biological, chemical, chemistry, computational, life, pharmaceutical and physics sciences as well as electronic and mechanical engineering. Explore all of your biomaterial course options below:

Check out The Grainger College of Engineering's Undergraduate Curriculum Maps for MatSE undergrads. They include: