The design and manufacture of most engineering devices and systems is heavily constrained by materials properties and the availability of materials. This option allows students to obtain a concentration in materials engineering as a basis for practice and graduate study in this field.

Faculty Advisor: Eric Taleff, taleff@mail.utexas.edu

Required Courses (choose any three)

Undergraduate

M E 336 Materials Processing
M E 349 Corrosion Engineering
M E 359 Materials Selection
M E 378C Electroceramics
M E 378K Mechanical Behavior of Materials
M E 378P Properties and Applications of Polymers
M E 378S Structural Ceramics
M E 379M Topic: Polymer Nanocomposites
M E 379M Topic: Failure Analysis
Approved materials-related engineering and natural science electives

Graduate (may be taken with instructor approval)

Approved materials-related engineering and natural science electives

Project Class (choose one)

ME 377K Projects in Mechanical Engineering
ME 397P Projects in Mechanical Engineering

For course descriptions visit the University Catalog.

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