Graduate Degree Programs

Ceramic Engineering

M.S. in Ceramic Engineering
Ph.D. in Ceramic Engineering

The department has internationally recognized research programs in the areas of glass, electronic ceramics, refractories, structural ceramics, composites, biomaterials, and ceramic processing. Fundamental and applied research interests include structure-property relationships in ceramics and glasses; electrical, dielectric, optical, thermal, and mechanical properties of ceramics; ceramic-ceramic, ceramic-metal, and ceramic-polymer composites; solid-oxide fuel cells; electrical conducting, dielectric, and ferroelectric ceramics; glasses for nuclear waster disposal; glass and ceramic biomaterials for drug delivery and medical implants; processing, sintering, and microstructure control of structural and functional ceramics; defect chemistry, thermochemistry, and phase equilibria. <<more information>>

Metallurgical Engineering

M.S. in Metallurgical Engineering
Ph.D. in Metallurgical Engineering

Because of the broad interests of the metallurgical engineering faculty, the department offers an unusually wide choice of specializations, including: physical and mechanical metallurgy, extractive metallurgy, and manufacturing metallurgy. Opportunities are also available for study and research in a variety of related areas due to the extensive collaboration between the faculty of metallurgical engineering and other engineering and science disciplines. <<more information>>

Materials Science & Engineering

M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering
Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering

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