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IN-DEPTH, INDIVIDUALIZED, AND INTERDISCIPLINARY

The Materials Science and Engineering (MatSE) curriculum provides an understanding of the underlying principles of synthesis and processing of materials and of the interrelationships between structure, properties, and processing. Students learn how to create advanced materials and systems required, e.g., for flexible electronic displays and photonics that will change communications technologies, for site specific drug delivery, for self-healing materials, for enabling the transition to a hydrogen-based economy, and for more efficient photovoltaics and nuclear systems for energy production.

Curriculum Maps

Resource for students and advisors*:

All Materials      Biomaterials focus

*For students entering before Summer 2018: 

All Materials      Biomaterials 

Undergraduate Programs Contact Information

Kimberly Anderson
MatSE Undergraduate Programs Office
201 MSEB
1304 W. Green St.
Urbana, IL 61801

(217) 333-1441
ksander@illinois.edu