North Dakota Materials Science Graduate Programs
Materials Science graduate programs provide students with preparation in solid state fundamentals and material engineering. Curriculums give students an understanding of general phenomena in synthesis-structure-property relationships in all materials. Along with the underlying science, many materials science graduate schools also teach economics and sustainability to help students in developing sound products to meet current consumer demand and needs. Material science graduate programs help students understand what specific solutions different materials can help provide by understanding the structure, processing and applications of them.
There are multiple degree types you can obtain from a graduate program in materials science including a Graduate Certificate in Materials Science, Master of Materials Science and Engineering (MMSE), or a Ph.D. in Materials Science. You’ll want to consider your goals in determining which may be best for you.
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- Fargo, NDFargo, ND
North Dakota State University
The Materials and Nanotechnology program is interdisciplinary. Students with a degree in chemistry, engineering, material science and engineering, physics, polymer science/engineering, or related fields will be considered.