Materials Science and Engineering (B.S.M.S.E.)

Required course work includes the university requirements (see regulation J-3) and the following:

CHEM 111Principles of Chemistry I3
CHEM 111LPrinciples of Chemistry I Laboratory1
CHEM 112Principles of Chemistry II4
CHEM 112LPrinciples of Chemistry II Laboratory1
CHEM 305Physical Chemistry3
CHEM 307Physical Chemistry Lab1
ENGL 317Technical Writing3
ENGR 210Engineering Statics3
ENGR 240Introduction to Electrical Circuits3
ENGR 335Engineering Fluid Mechanics3
ENGR 350Engineering Mechanics of Materials3
MATH 170Analytic Geometry and Calculus I4
MATH 175Analytic Geometry and Calculus II4
MATH 275Analytic Geometry and Calculus III3
MATH 310Ordinary Differential Equations3
MSE 101Introduction to Metallurgy and Materials Science2
MSE 201Elements of Materials Science3
MSE 308Thermodynamics of Materials3
MSE 313Physical Metallurgy3
MSE 313LPhysical Metallurgy Laboratory1
MSE 340Transport and Rate Processes I4
MSE 412Mechanical Behavior of Materials3
MSE 413Phase Transformation and Kinetics3
MSE 417Instrumental Analysis3
MSE 423Corrosion3
MSE 427Ceramics Materials3
MSE 432Fundamentals of Thin Film Fabrication3
MSE 434Fundamentals of Polymeric Materials3
MSE 453Process Analysis & Design I3
MSE 454Process Analysis & Design II3
MSE 456Metallic Materials3
MSE 464Materials Physics and Engineering3
PHIL 103Ethics3
PHYS 211Engineering Physics I3
PHYS 211LLaboratory Physics I1
PHYS 212Engineering Physics II3
PHYS 212LLaboratory Physics II1
STAT 301Probability and Statistics3
Select one Chemical/Analysis Elective:3
Material and Energy Balances
Carbon Compounds
Organic Chemistry I
Physical Chemistry II
Numerical Methods
Select one Economics Elective3
Select two Humanities and Social Science Electives6
Select one MSE or CHE Technical Elective number 300 or greater3
Select one Upper-Division Technical Elective in math, science or engineering 13
Total Hours123

Courses to total 127 credits for this degree, not counting ENGL 101 , any 398 (Internship), any 498 (Internship), any 598 (Internship), or mathematics courses numbered lower than MATH 170 , and other courses that might be required to remove deficiencies.

To be enrolled in upper-division MSE courses, a student majoring in chemical engineering must earn a grade of C or better in each of the following courses:

CHEM 111
111L
Principles of Chemistry I
and Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory
4
CHEM 112
112L
Principles of Chemistry II
and Principles of Chemistry II Laboratory
5
ENGR 210Engineering Statics3
ENGR 335Engineering Fluid Mechanics3
MATH 275Analytic Geometry and Calculus III3
MATH 310Ordinary Differential Equations3
MSE 201Elements of Materials Science3
PHYS 211Engineering Physics I3
PHYS 212Engineering Physics II3

In addition, a passing grade is required in each of the following courses before enrolling in upper-division MSE courses:

ENGL 102College Writing and Rhetoric3
MATH 170Analytic Geometry and Calculus I4
MATH 175Analytic Geometry and Calculus II4
MSE 101Introduction to Metallurgy and Materials Science2

A student majoring in materials science and engineering may not register for upper-division MSE courses after accumulating more than four grades of D or F in UI mathematics, science, or engineering courses. Included in this number are multiple repeats in a single class or single repeats in multiple classes. A warning will be issued in writing to students who have accumulated two grades of D or F used to satisfy curricular requirements.

A GPA in MSE designated courses of at least 2.0 is required to graduate.