Nanoscale Materials Minor
in Materials Science & Engineering for undergraduates
The Minor in Nanoscale Materials (MNM) requires completion of 15 credits with a minimum grade of C-. MSEG 302 is a required course and the remainder may be drawn from a wide variety of courses in Materials Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Biology, etc. Courses from 300 level and up to the 600 level qualify. Courses used to fulfill the requirement for minor in Nanoscale Materials can not simultaneously be used to fulfill the requirement for minor in Materials Science. Commonly offered courses that are acceptable for the Minor in Nanomaterials Science and Engineering are listed below. This is not an exhaustive list and other courses may be approved as appropriate after discussion. A maximum of 3 credits of undergraduate research or independent study may be counted.
For further information contact: Prof. Ismat Shah at 302-831-1618 Ismat@udel.edu
- MSEG 366/466 Independent Study: Approval by the MNM coordinator required.
- MSEG 446 Senior Research: Approval by the MNM coordinator required.
- MSEG 603 Analytical Techniques in Materials Science
- MSEG/PHYS 667 Thin Film and Nanomaterials Processes
- MSEG 667/ELEG 421/621 Solid State Nanotechnology
- CHEG/MSEG 616 Physics and Chemistry of Surfaces and Interfaces
- CHEG 608 Particle Design and Processing
- CHEG 617 Colloid Science and Engineering
- CHEG 366 Independent Study. Approval by the MNM coordinator required.
- ELEG 422/622 Electronic Materials Processing
- ELEG 446/646 Nanoelectronic Device Principles
- PHYS 610 Quantum Physics
- PHYS: 467/667 Nanomagnetics
- CHEM 671 Atomistic Simulations
- BISC 466 Independent Study. Approval by the MNM coordinator required.
- MEEG 466 Independent Study. Approval by the MNM coordinator required.
Additional appropriate courses will be approved by the faculty.