This 12-credit certificate program enables students to gain a working knowledge of a broad range of instrumentation for solving nanotechnology problems. Credits earned toward a certificate may be accepted as part of a master’s or Ph.D. degree program in materials science and engineering.
Materials for Nanotechnology
Strategies for Nanocharacterization
Thin Film Processing and Mechanical Behavior
Electron Microscopy and Microanalysis
Crystallography and Diffraction
Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy
Advanced Scanning Electron Microscopy
This 12-credit certificate program in polymer science and engineering is designed to meet the needs of working engineers and scientists who are seeking professional advancement in this growing field. The graduate certificate program is designed to accommodate technical professionals in the plastics and plastics-related industries to further enhance their knowledge of polymer science and engineering. This option complements (and also serves as an alternative to) the master's degree program in polymer science and engineering.
Physical Polymer Science
Organic Polymer Science
Related graduate courses:
Mechanics and Design of Composites
Eng. Behaviors of Polymers
Polymer Product Manufacturing
Polymer Blends and Composites
Special Topics in Polymers
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Students who do not wish to enter a degree program may seek admission with non-degree status. Please see Non-Degree Admissions for further details.