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.
Desire to be close to home? Try searching for a materials science graduate program near you. Search by location to find accredited university from across the nation and world that offer materials science graduate programs. Find the perfect graduate school with materials science programs for you today!
- Rochester, NYRochester, NY
Rochester Institute of Technology
The MS degree in packaging science is designed to meet the needs of professionals who are employed in the field or students who wish to pursue a graduate program immediately upon earning a bachelor's degree...
- Rochester, NY
- Kyoto, JapanKyoto, Japan
- Bangalore, IndiaBangalore, India
Indian Institute of Science
- Osaka, JapanOsaka, Japan
- Aachen, GermanyAachen, Germany
Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule Aachen
- Lima, PeruLima, Peru
Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru
- Canberra, AustraliaCanberra, Australia
Australian National University, The
The Graduate School of The Australian National University is a cosmopolitan academic community, attracting students from many countries and from all p...
- Providence, RIProvidence, RI
Mechanics of materials; materials for electronic applications; mechanical behavior of polymers; high performance ceramics; composite materials; micros...
- Murdoch, AustraliaMurdoch, Australia
Murdoch University was founded as a research-based university in 1973, and is a rapidly growing university with over 9,000 students, 7% of whom are un...
- Lappeenranta, FinlandLappeenranta, Finland
Lappeenranta University of Technology
- Corvallis, ORCorvallis, OR
Oregon State University
Materials science is an interdisciplinary science with roots in many aspects of science andengineering.
- Niigata, JapanNiigata, Japan
- Yokohama, JapanYokohama, Japan
Shonan Institute of Technology
- Okayama, JapanOkayama, Japan
Okayama University of Science
- Fukuoka, JapanFukuoka, Japan
Kyushu Institute of Technology
- Ishikawa, JapanIshikawa, Japan
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Hokuriku
- Springfield, MOSpringfield, MO
Missouri State University
Provides the graduate with a suitable background for employment in the exciting field of electronic materials.
- Kagoshima, JapanKagoshima, Japan
- Hong Kong, Hong KongHong Kong, Hong Kong
Open University of Hong Kong, The
- Montreal, QCMontreal, QC
The Department of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering offers graduate programs leading to M.Eng. (thesis and project options), and Ph.D.
- Nagasaki, JapanNagasaki, Japan
- Taegu, KoreaTaegu, Korea
Most courses are taught in Korean.
- Norfolk, VANorfolk, VA
Norfolk State University