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Curriculum

Curriculum

Undergraduate: Students must acquire a minimum of 148 credits before they can earn their B.S. degree.  Out of the 148 credits, 18 are earned on the completion of a one-year-long internship with either a company or a research institute in related fields.
 
Master's: Students need to earn 27 credits including 3 required ones, addition to their master's thesis.
Currently, all of our faculty members are engaged in the research on thin film materials, nanoscience and nanotechnology, and plasma technology.
The applications of these research are found in industries relating to electronics, opto-electronics, magnetic storage, semiconductors, biotechnology, plasma technology, mechanical engineering, and surface technology.
Government and industry funding for the department is increasing dramatically in recent years, so is the number of papers published by the department in related SCI journals is also increasing quite significantly.
Freshman
Courses Credits/Hours Required/Elective
General Chemistry (1) 3/3 Required
General Chemistry (2) 3/3 Required
General Chemistry Lab 1/3 Required
Calculus (1) 3/3 Required
Calculus (2) 3/3 Required
General Physics (1) 3/3 Required
General Physics (2) 3/3 Required
General Physics Lab (1) 1/3 Required
General Physics Lab (2) 1/3 Required
Introduction to Materials Science (1) 3/3 Required
Introduction to Materials Science (2) 3/3 Required
Fundamental Experiments in Materials Science 1/3 Required
Pre-math. & -science 1/3 Elective
Introduction to Materials and Manufacturing 3/3 Elective
Computer Applications in Materials Eng. 2/2 Elective
General Chemistry Lab 1/3 Elective
Sophomore
Courses Credits/Hours Required/Elective
Thermodynamics of Materials (1) 3/3 Required
Thermodynamics of Materials (2) 3/3 Required
Engineering Mathematics (1) 3/3 Required
Engineering Mathematics (2) 3/3 Required
Physical Metallurgy (1) 3/3 Required
Physical Metallurgy (2) 3/3 Required
Introduction to X-ray Diffraction 3/3 Required
Introduction to Material Analysis 3/3 Elective
Polymeric Materials 3/3 Elective
Electromagnetism 3/3 Elective
Numericals Methods and Applications 3/3 Elective
Practice of optoelectronic materials 3/3 Elective
Practice of biomedical materials 3/3 Elective
Vacuum Technology and Practice 3/3 Elective
Mechanics of Materials 3/3 Elective
Practice of energy materials 3/3 Elective
Practice of protective film materials 3/3 Elective
Electronic Materials 3/3 Elective
Metallic Materials 3/3 Elective
Ceramic Materials 3/3 Elective
Junior
Courses Credits/Hours Required/Elective
Mechanical Properties of Materials 3/3 Required
Physical Properties of Materials 3/3 Required
Special Project (1) 1/3 Required
Modern Physics 3/3 Elective
Phase Transformations      3/3 Elective
Chemical Properties of Materials 3/3 Elective
Magnetic Materials 3/3 Elective
Principles and Applications of Sensors 3/3 Elective
Introduction to crystal diffraction and electron microscopy 3/3 Elective
Electrochemical Methods and Applications 3/3 Elective
Surface Engineering of Materials 3/3 Elective
Semiconductor Processing 3/3 Elective
Material selection and design 3/3 Elective
Nano-fabrication and materials 3/3 Elective
Introduction to Nanotechnology 3/3 Elective
Senior
Courses Credits/Hours Required/Elective
Discussion on Engineering Ethics and Professional Practice 1/3 Required
Special Project (2) 1/3 Required
Special Project (3) 1/3 Required
Biomedical Materials 3/3 Elective
Thin Film Processing 3/3 Elective
Experiments on Thin Film Processing 1/3 Elective
Plasma Processing 3/3 Elective
Experiments on Plasma Processing 1/3 Elective
Optoelectronic Hybrid Thin Films Processing 3/3 Elective
Introduction to Solid State Physics 3/3 Elective
Electron Microscope Analysis 3/3 Elective
Nano-Characterization 3/3 Elective
Failure Analysis of Engineering Materials 3/3 Elective
Experiments on Nano-Characterization 1/3 Elective
Experiments on Optoelectronic Hybrid Thin Films Processing 1/3 Elective
Making and treatment of iron and steel 3/3 Elective
Optoelectronics & Semiconductor Materials 3/3 Elective
Materials for Renewable Energy Generation 3/3 Elective
Materials for Energy Storage 3/3 Elective
Carbon nano-materials 3/3 Elective
Corrosion and Corrosion Control 3/3 Elective
Special Topics on Biomaterials Applications 3/3 Elective
Special topics of iron and steel 3/3 Elective
Polymer Physics and Chemistry 3/3 Elective

 

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