URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2144/976

Materials science and engineering is driving innovations in biomaterials, electronic and photonic materials, materials for energy and environment, and nanomaterials applications. The strong link between materials science, emerging research and products in the marketplace means ample job opportunities and a positive career outlook for materials scientists and engineers with advanced academic training. Applications for new materials, and modifications of existing ones, are expected to keep the demand for trained, graduate-level materials scientists and engineers growing in large companies, start-ups and academia. Beginning the fall of 2008, the College of Engineering plans to offer three new Materials Science and Engineering degree programs: a Master of Science; a post-bachelor’s Doctor of Philosophy; and a post-master’s Doctor of Philosophy. Students will have access to the interdisciplinary instruction and resources available in the College of Engineering, and throughout Boston University, one of America’s largest private universities. Students will develop expertise in their chosen areas of concentration, working in advanced laboratories under the guidance of expert faculty.


Materials Science and Engineering Uday Pal, Division Head Ruth Mason, Director 15 St. Mary's St., Room 117 Phone: (617) 353-2842 Fax: (617) 353-5548 E-mail: mse@bu.edu http://www.bu.edu/mse/

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