Materials Science and Engineering Interdisciplinary Minor
Does the development of materials such as carbon fiber composites, superconductors, batteries, 3D printing, tissue engineering, drug delivery systems, solar cells, nanotubes/nanotechnology, and superalloys interest you? If so, the Materials Science and Engineering Interdisciplinary Minor may be just what you need to help distinguish yourself in the field.
This minor adds easily to the following majors with typically 1 - 3 additional courses:
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
Companies that often hire materials scientists include: 3M, Medtronic, Intel, Honeywell, Boston Scientific, Seagate, Polar Semiconductor, St. Jude, Hitachi, IBM, AK Steel, Dow Chemical, Applied Materials, DuPont, Goodyear and more.
View complete description and requirements of the Materials Science and Engineering Interdisciplinary Minor (MSE Minor).
Materials Science and Engineering Minor flyer (PDF file).
Proposed Plans of Study:
- MSE Minor with the B.S. in Chemistry (PDF file).
- MSE Minor with the B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (PDF file).
Questions? Please contact: Program Director, Dr. Brittany Nelson-Cheeseman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-962-5773.
Dr. Brittany Nelson-Cheeseman, MSE Minor Program Director
|Dr. Lisa Prevette, MSE Minor Interim Program Director
Associate Professor - Biophysical Chemistry
Materials Courses: CHEM 331 - Chemical Thermodynamics and Reaction Dynamics
View Dr. Prevette's faculty web page.
|Dr. Chris Haas
Adjunct Professor - Mechanical Engineering
Materials Courses: ETLS 775 - Polymers in Design,
ENGR 489 - Advanced Polymers Systems
View Dr. Haas' faculty web page
Materials Organizations (Local and National):
- Materials Research Society (MRS) (visit www.mrs.org)
- ASM International - The Materials Information Society (visit www.asminternational.org)
- ASM MN - MN Chapter of ASM (visit www.mnasm.org)
- ASM MN Scholarships Available! at http://chapter.mnasm.org/index.php/college-scholarship
- TMS - The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (visit http://www.tms.org)
- The American Ceramic Society (visit www.ceramics.org)
Materials News: Check out all the great materials being discovered and studied!
- MaterialsToday (visit http://www.materialstoday.com) & News (visit http://www.materialstoday.com/news/)
- ScienceDaily (visit https://www.sciencedaily.com/news/matter_energy/materials_science/)
- Materials360Online (visit http://www.materials360online.com) & MRS News (visit http://www.mrs.org/publications-news)
- Ceramic TechToday (visit http://ceramics.org/publications-and-resources/ceramic-tech-today-2)
- Phys.org News (visit http://phys.org/chemistry-news/materials-science/)