The Master of Science degree in Energy and Materials (MEM) is structured as a professional masters degree program, intended to provide advanced technical training as well as professional skills that employers need, particularly in areas such as communication, regulatory issues, and project management. The Master of Science degree in Energy and Materials is interdisciplinary and intended for students with baccalaureate degrees in engineering, chemistry or physics. It is designed to meet the technical needs for advancing energy production technologies and equipping students to develop next generation materials to meet the needs of a variety of industries.
Admission Criteria for the Master of Science Degree in Energy and Materials
Acceptable Majors: Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, and Materials Science
Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 3.00 on a 4.00 scale
Personal Statement of Accomplishments and Academic Goals
Letters of Recommendation (2 minimum)
Resume (1-4 pages)
For International students: a minimum TOEFL score of 550 on the written test or 213 on the computer based test
Course Transfer Policy
The MEM program will accept transfer credit of graduate courses from other institutions on a case by case basis with a limit of up to 9 credits. All transfer requests will be evaluated by the MEM faculty for equivalency to content in our program.