Bachelor of Science (BS) in Chemistry - Materials Science and Engineering Emphasis 48 months Undergraduate Program By University of Utah |Top Universities

Bachelor of Science (BS) in Chemistry - Materials Science and Engineering Emphasis

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Program Duration

48 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

Materials SciencesMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Materials Sciences

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Emphasis Requirements for Materials Science and Engineering Required MATH 2250 - Differential Equations and Linear Algebra 4 Credit(s) or MATH 2270 - Linear Algebra MATH 2280 - Introduction to Differential Equations CHEM 3070 - Thermodynamics and Chemical Kinetics CHEM 3200 - Radiochemistry with Laboratory I CHEM 5700 - Advanced Analytical Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5710 - Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5720 - Advanced Physical Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5730 - Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5750 - Advanced Chemical Biology Laboratory Additional Materials Science and Engineering CHEM 4800 - Undergraduate Research or CHEM 4999 CHEM 3130 - Solid-State Chemistry MSE 2010 - Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering MSE 3010 - Materials Processing Laboratory MSE 3011 - Structural Analysis of Materials MSE 3210 - Electronic Properties of Solids MSE 3310 - Introduction to Ceramics MSE 3410 - Introduction to Polymers MSE 5011 - Adv Mtrls Tech: Experiment, Theory & Characterization MSE 5034 - Kinetics of Solid-State Processes MSE 5040 - Introduction to Modern Biomaterials MSE 5071 - Intro to NanoBio Technology and NanoBio Materials

Program overview

Main Subject

Materials Sciences

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Emphasis Requirements for Materials Science and Engineering Required MATH 2250 - Differential Equations and Linear Algebra 4 Credit(s) or MATH 2270 - Linear Algebra MATH 2280 - Introduction to Differential Equations CHEM 3070 - Thermodynamics and Chemical Kinetics CHEM 3200 - Radiochemistry with Laboratory I CHEM 5700 - Advanced Analytical Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5710 - Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5720 - Advanced Physical Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5730 - Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 5750 - Advanced Chemical Biology Laboratory Additional Materials Science and Engineering CHEM 4800 - Undergraduate Research or CHEM 4999 CHEM 3130 - Solid-State Chemistry MSE 2010 - Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering MSE 3010 - Materials Processing Laboratory MSE 3011 - Structural Analysis of Materials MSE 3210 - Electronic Properties of Solids MSE 3310 - Introduction to Ceramics MSE 3410 - Introduction to Polymers MSE 5011 - Adv Mtrls Tech: Experiment, Theory & Characterization MSE 5034 - Kinetics of Solid-State Processes MSE 5040 - Introduction to Modern Biomaterials MSE 5071 - Intro to NanoBio Technology and NanoBio Materials

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