Projected Departmental Course Offerings-Department of Materials Science and Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

Projected Departmental Course Offerings - Undergraduate Core Courses

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Units
Fall 17
Sp
18
Fall 18
Sp
19
Fall 19
Sp
20
Fall 20
Sp
21
First Year                  
27-100 Engineering Materials of the Future- Lecture 9 X X X X X X X X
27-100 Engineering Materials of the Future- Lab 3 X X X X X X X X
Sophomore                  
27-201 Structure
of Materials
9 X   X   X   X  
27-202 Defects
in Materials
9   X   X   X   X
27-205 Introduction to Materials Characterization 3   X   X   X   X
27-210 Materials Engineering
Essentials
6 X   X   X   X  
27-215 Thermodynamics
of Materials
12 X   X   X   X  
27-216 Transport
in Materials
9   X   X   X   X
27-217 Phase Relations and Diagrams 12   X   X   X   X
27-499
Professional Development
(not offered
after Fall 16)
1                
Junior                  
27-301
Microstructure
and Properties I 
9 X   X   X   X  
27-357 Introduction to Materials
Selection (also 12-315)
6   X   X   X   X
27-367 Selection
and Performance of Materials
6                
Senior                  
27-401 MSE
Capstone
Course I
12 X X X X X X X X
 
Units
Fall 17
Sp
18
Fall 18
Sp
19
Fall 19
Sp
20
Fall 20
Sp
21
Graduate                  
27-766 Diffusion in Materials (mini 2) 6 X   X   X   X  
27-788 Defects in Materials (mini 1) 6 X   X   X   X  
27-796 Structure of Materials (mini 1) 6 X   X   X   X  
27-797 Bonding of Materials (mini 2) 6 X   X   X   X  
27-798 Thermodynamics I (mini 1) 6 X   X   X   X  
27-799 Thermodynamics II (mini 2) 6 X   X   X   X  
 
Units
Fall 17
Sp
18
Fall 18
Sp
19
Fall 19
Sp
20
Fall 20
Sp
21
Electives (undergraduate)                  
27-323 Powder Processing of Materials 9 X       X      
27-324 Intro to Polymer Science
and Engineering
9 X       X      
27-402 MSE
Capstone II
(no instructor)
                 
27-405 Analysis
and Prevention of Product Failures (inactive)
9                
27-410
Computational Techniques in Engineering
12   X       X    
27-432 Electronic
and Thermal Properties 
9 X       X      
27-433 Dielectric, Magnetic and Superconducting Properties 9     X       X  
27-445 Struc.,
Prop., Perform. Magnetic Materials
9       X       X
27-501 Invention
& Innovation for
Matls Intensive Technologies Part 1
4.5 X   X   X   X  
27-502 Invention
& Innovation for
Matls Intensive Technologies Part 2
4.5 X   X   X   X  
27-515
Introduction to Computational Materials Science
9 X       X      
27-542 Processing and Prop. of Thin Films 9       X       X
27-570 Molecular
and Micro-scale Polymeric Biomaterials in Medicine*
9   X   X   X   X
27-588 Polymer Physics and Morphology 9     X       X  
  Units Fall 17 Sp
18
Fall 18 Sp
19
Fall 19 Sp
20
Fall 20 Sp
21
Electives (undergraduate
+graduate)
                 
27-411/709 Engineering Biomaterials* 9/12 X   X   X   X  
27-421/721 Processing Design (mini 1) 6     X       X  
27-519/719 Computational Thermodynamics 9/12   X       X    
27-520/720 Tissue Engineering 12   X   X   X   X
27-533/733 Growth
of Semiconductors (mini 2)
6     X       X  
27-560/760
Physical Chemistry Metallurgical Rxns (inactive)
6                
27-561/761
Special Topics: Kinetics of Metallurgical Rxns
6   X       X    
27-565/705 Nanostructured Materials 9/12   X       X    
27-582/782
Phase Transformations
in Solids
9/12   X       X    
27-591/791 Mechanical Behavior of Materials 9/12       X       X
27-592/792 Solidification Processing 9/12       X       X
  Units Fall 17 Sp
18
Fall 18 Sp
19
Fall 19 Sp
20
Fall 20 Sp
21
Electives (Graduate)                  

27-699
Professional skills

in Science and Engineering 

6                
27-715 Applied Magnetism and Magnetic Materials  12   X       X    
27-718 Soft
Materials (also 06-718)
12     X       X  
27-724 Materials
for Energy Storage 
6 X       X      
27-725 Materials
in Nuclear Energy Systems
6       X       X
27-727 Mechanical Behavior in
Extreme Environments
6   X       X    
27-728 Materials
for Future Energy Systems 
6     X       X  
27-729 Solid State Devices for Energy Conversion 6     X       X  
27-740 Practical Methods in
Electron
Microscopy
6   X   X   X   X
27-741 Practical Methods in
Materials Characterization
6                
27-742 Processing and Prop. of Thin Films 12   X   X   X   X
27-750 Adv. Character. & Microstructure Analysis 12   X       X    
27-752
Foundations of Semiconductor Nanostructures
12       X       X
27-753 Materials
and Society
6                
27-759 Molecular Engineering 12                
27-763
Foundations of Electron
Microscopy
12       X       X
27-770 Electronic, Magnetic, and
Optical Properties
12   X       X    
27-765ST Special Topics: Hard and Superhard
Materials
(Inspektor)
6                
27-765ST Special Topics: Metal-Environment Reactions (Webler) 9/12 X       X      
27-765ST Special Topics: Applied Nanoscience and Nanotechnology* 12 X   X   X   X  
27-769ST Special Topics: Properties
of Ferroic and Multiferroic
Materials
6       X       X
Notes: Projected course offerings are subject to change pending enrollment and instructor availability.