A minor in materials science and engineering is offered through the College of Engineering to those undergraduate students who have met the prerequisites for the courses required by the minor. The minor requires completion of a minimum of 12 hours in course work which develops a foundation in materials science and engineering and allows concentration in materials science and engineering areas to be selected by the students (e.g., metallurgy, polymers, ceramics, composites, or electronic materials). Some of the courses used for the materials science and engineering minor may also satisfy requirements for the student’s major.
Students may enroll in the minor program by completing a form at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, 434 Dougherty Engineering Building. A copy of the completed enrollment form and information on the minor requirements will be forwarded to the student’s home department advisor.
The minor consists of 12 credit hours of MSE coursework.