Undergraduate Degrees That Prepare Students for the M.S. MES Program
The breadth of the field of materials engineering and science is such that graduates from any of the following disciplines should be prepared for graduate study in the M.S. MES program: chemistry, physics, metallurgical engineering, chemical engineering, materials engineering, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, and electrical engineering. Students with baccalaureate degrees in other disciplines may gain admission to the program but may require remedial undergraduate work prior to beginning their graduate coursework.
Graduate Study in Metallurgical Engineering
Dr. Jon J. Kellar
Department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering
Mineral Industries 112
Douglas W. Fuerstenau Professor Kellar; Professors Cross and Salem; Associate Professors Crawford, West, and Widener; Assistant Professors Jasthi, and Safarzadeh; Adjunct Professors Bendler, Kustas, and Medlin; Distinguished Professor Emeritus Han; Professor Emeriti Howard and Stone.
Students interested in pursuing graduate studies focusing on materials engineering and science, please see master of science in materials engineering and science. Other relevant graduate programs include those in nanoscience and nanoengineering and biomedical engineering.