MSE Specialization Areas for Students Entering Prior to Fall 2017

The information on this page is only for students who entered the University of Maryland prior to Fall 2017.

Materials Science and Engineering students are required to select a specialization area where they will take five upper level (junior/senior) classes to increase their depth of knowledge in one aspect of MSE.  The specializations are listed below with examples of the courses from which students may select:
 

Materials Science

  • All MSE specialization electives are applicable. 

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Soft Materials and Biomaterials

  • ENMA 400: Introduction to Atomistic Modeling in Materials 
  • ENMA 422: Radiation Effects
  • ENMA 425: Introduction to Biomaterials
  • ENMA 426: Reliability of Materials
  • ENMA 442:  Nanomaterials
  • ENMA 445: Liquid Crystals and Other Monomeric Soft Matter Materials
  • ENMA 463: Macroprocessing
  • ENMA 464: Environmental Effects on Engineering Materials
  • ENMA 472: Technology and Design of Engineering Materials
  • ENMA 473: Engineering Using High Strength Metals and Alloys
  • ENMA 475: Diffraction Techniques in Materials Science
  • ENMA 495: Polymeric Engineering Materials
  • ENMA 496: Processing and Engineering of Polymers
  • ENMA 499: Laboratory Project

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Electrical, Optical and Functional Materials

  • ENMA 400: Introduction to Atomistic Modeling in Materials
  • ENMA 420: Intermediate Ceramics
  • ENMA 426: Reliability of Materials
  • ENMA 430: Nanosized Materials
  • ENMA 440: Plasma Processing of Materials
  • ENMA 442:  Nanomaterials
  • ENMA 443: Introduction to Photonic Materials, Devices and Reliability
  • ENMA 462: Smart Materials
  • ENMA 463: Macroprocessing
  • ENMA 464: Environmental Effects on Materials
  • ENMA 466: Advanced Materials Fabrication Laboratory
  • ENMA 473: Engineering Using High Strength Metals and Alloys
  • ENMA 475: Diffraction Techniques in Materials Science
  • ENMA 481: Introduction to Electronic and Optical Materials
  • ENMA 482: Introduction to Electron Microscopy
  • ENMA 499: Laboratory Project

 

Nanomaterials:

  • ENMA 400: Introduction to Atomistic Modeling in Materials 
  • ENMA 426: Reliability of Materials
  • ENMA 430: Nanosized Materials
  • ENMA 440: Plasma Processing of Materials
  • ENMA 442: Nanomaterials
  • ENMA 445: Liquid Crystals and Other Monomeric Soft Matter Materials
  • ENMA 475: Diffraction Techniques in Materials Science
  • ENMA 482: Introduction to Electron Microscopy
  • ENMA 499: Laboratory Project
     

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