Welcome to the website for the Intercollege Graduate Degree Program in Materials Science and Engineering! We hope this site will be a helpful source of day-to-day information for our continuing students, as well as a valuable guide to our program and application process for prospective stduents.
As you peruse our listing of faculty members and their research, as well as our course offerings, you will probably be struck by the breadth of topics in materials research and education that are pursued at Penn State. We are advancing materials science for many applications, including energy conversion and conservation, electronics, biomedicine, and structures. Opportunities for research also span all families of materials, including soft materials, semidconductors, metals, and ceramics. Our student body is academically diverse, having previously earned B.S./B.A. or M.S. degrees in materials science and engineering, metallurgy, ceramics, polymers, chemistry, physics, math, biology, or one of many different engineering disciplines. Through formal coursework in small classes and participation in cutting-edge sponsored research, our students enjoy a graduate education that prepares them well for their future careers in industry, academia, or government laboratories.
Please direct questions on Graduate Studies in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Penn State to:
- Dr. Suzanne Mohney
- 101 Steidle Building
- University Park, PA 16802
- (814) 863-0744
OR preferably by email to firstname.lastname@example.org