Ohio State University: College of Engineering
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Columbus, OH 43210
Ohio State University
The Materials Science and Engineering program at Ohio State is one of the top programs in the country, highly ranked by U.S. News & World Report. The undergraduate curriculum is monitored to ensure the best preparation possible for our graduates as they pursue jobs in industry or graduate school opportunities. The core of the MSE curriculum is made up of 55 credit hours of courses in the major.
This includes lecture courses, labs and a year-long senior research project, all designed to give MSE students the critical foundation of knowledge needed to work in the field. Prior to the senior year, students select a focus area designed to bring a focus to their upper level study. Students may focus on Biomaterials, Ceramics, Electronic Materials, Metallurgy, or Polymers. With help from a faculty advisor, students may choose senior-level materials electives from variety of courses, based on one's interests and goals.