Materials Science and Engineering - Online & Distance Learning
The interdisciplinary field of materials science, also commonly termed materials science and engineering, involves the discovery and design of new materials, with an emphasis on solids.
Materials Science and Engineering investigates several types of materials, such as metals, ceramics, electronic materials, and biological materials, from a single viewpoint that examines the connections between the material’s structures and the processing, properties, and overall performance.
A whole host of challenges that humans currently face are due to the limits of available materials, making this a key field likely to affect the future significantly.
The Materials Science and Engineering department at the UConn School of Engineering is among the top 25 public programs in the country, and the highest rated Engineering graduate program at UConn.
To view the Master of Engineering (MENG) Materials Science and Engineering Plan of Study CLICK HERE.
This current MENG program is not eligible for UConn visa sponsorship. Please contact ISSS for more information regarding programs that allow UConn visa sponsorship.
Applicants requiring UConn visa sponsorship should contact ISSS at email@example.com to see if their intended MENG program is eligible for a student visa.
Spring Semester: December 8th
Composites Engineering Graduate Certificate
The School of Engineering also offers a Graduate Certificate in Composites Engineering.