10/02/19 Materials Science and Engineering BS Curriculum Flow Chart

I II III IV V VI VII VIII Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring Fall Spring 5 4 4 3 Math Math 221 Math 222 Math 234 319 or 320 Calc I Calc II MultiVarCalc ODE’s Linear Alg. Foundations Mathematics (Math 221) (Math 222) (Math 222)

2 5 3-4 5 3 Intro to Physics I Computer Physics II Statistics Engineering Phys 201, Sciences Phys 202, 207 or 247 208 or 248 324

Physics Physics MSE 260 Choose from Foundations preferred (Math 221) list (Phys I) (Math 221) 4-5 3-5 3 3 General Science Chem Tech Chemistry Elective 343 or 341 Emphasis O-Chem Elective

Chemistry Chemistry Chem 109 Choose from Foundations or 103 &104 list (Gen Chem) 3 3 3 3 3 3 -

Rel’s MSE 351 MSE 352 MSE 451 MSE 421 Tech MSE 441 Intro MSE Phys Mat Ceramics Polymer Emphasis Deformation (Gen Chem Materials Elective Structure & Math 222) (MSE 351) (MSE 352) (O Chem) (MSE 352) Property Property 1 2 2 3 3 3 MSE 331 MSE 456 MSE 360 MSE 361 MSE 362 MSE 460 Transport EOM Props Intro Lab Lab 2 Lab 3 Computation Areas (MSE 330, (MSE 351,

Emphasis (MSE 360, 351 Concur 352 Concur) (MSE 361) Math 319/320) Physics II) (MSE 352)

- 4 3 3 3 3 MSE 330 MSE 332 MSE 333 MSE MSE Thermo Macro- Micro- Emphasis Emphasis

Materials Courses Materials (Gen Chem Processing Processing Elective Elective & Math 222) (MSE 351) (MSE 351) Thermo. Trans Thermo. port, Processingport, 3 2-3 1 3 Comm A *Free MSE 470 MSE 471 Capstone ENG 100, Elective Capstone Project I Skills LSC 100, if credits Project II CA 100 or are needed (MSE 352, 331,

Professional Professional ESL 118 362 concur) (MSE 470) 3 3 4 3 3 3 3 *Free InterEGR Liberal Liberal Liberal Liberal Liberal Elective 397 Studies Studies Studies Studies Studies if credits Liberal Liberal

Studies Technical are needed Writing

Credits 17-18 15-17 15-16 17 14-17 15 13-16 15

*Requites pending approval Materials Science and Engineering BS Degree Requirements 10/02/19 for students beginning in or after Fall 2019 Underpinning Mathematics/Science: (min 40 cr) MSE Disciplinary Core Courses: (43 cr) Mathematics (16 cr) MSE 330 Thermodynamics of Materials Math 221 Calculus and Analytical Geometry MSE 331 Transport Phenomena in Materials Math 222 Calculus and Analytical Geometry MSE 332 Macroprocessing of Materials Math 234 Calculus-Functions of Several Variables MSE 333 Microprocessing of Materials Math 319 Ordinary Differential Equations (DEQs) MSE 351 Mat Sci-Structure Property Relationships or Math 320 Linear Algebra and DEQs MSE 352 Materials Science-Transformation of Solids Statistics (3 cr) MSE 360 Materials Laboratory I Stat 324 Introductory Applied Statistics for Engineers MSE 361 Materials Laboratory II MSE 362 Materials Laboratory III Physics (10 cr) MSE 421 Introduction to Polymer Materials Phys 201 or Phys 207 or Phys 247 General Physics I MSE 441 Deformation of Solids or EMA 201 and EMA 202 MSE 451 Introduction to Ceramic Materials Phys 202 or Phys 208 or Phys 248 General Physics II MSE 456 Electrical, Optical and Magnetic Properties Chemistry (min 8 cr) MSE 460 Introduction to Computational Mat Sci Chem 109 Advanced General Chemistry MSE 470 Capstone Project I or Chem 103 & 104 General Chemistry MSE 471 Capstone Project II Chem 343 Introductory Organic Chemistry or Chem 341, also Intro Organic Chemistry Emphasis Electives: (12 cr) Science Elective (min 3 cr) Select one of: Select 6 credits of MSE courses numbered 400 or above, BME Chem 311 Chemistry Across the Periodic Table 400, ME 417, ME 418, and ME 419. These courses constitute the Chem 327 Fundamentals of Analytical Science MSE portion of the Emphasis Electives on the curriculum flow Chem 329 Fundamentals of Analytical Science chart. # Chem 345 Intermediate Organic Chemistry Phys 205 Modern Physics for Engineers #Independent study MSE 699 does not count towards these credits Phys/ECE 235 Introduction to Solid State Electronics Phys 241or244 Intro to Modern Physics Select 6 additional credits of engineering, science, and Biology 101 Animal Biology math/statistics coursework related to your chosen Emphasis area. Biology 151 Introductory Biology These can come from MSE courses numbered 400 or above and Zoology 153 Introductory Biology other engineering, science, math, and statistics courses numbered 300 or above. These courses constitute the Tech Emphasis Engineering Foundation: (min 4 cr) Electives on the flow chart% Intro to Engineering Elective: Select from CoE Intro to Eng. Courses, MSE 260 preferred 2 cr. %At most, 3 of these credits may come from MSE 699, MSE 001 co-op, and independent study courses in other engineering Computer Science* (min 3 cr) Select one of: departments CS 310 Problem Solving Using Computers All emphasis electives must be chosen in consultation with and (recommended) approved by your MSE faculty advisor before the advisor consent CS 200, 300 or 400 Programming I, II or III* on your DARS is satisfied. CS 220 or 320 Data Programming I or II Additional College and University Requirements: (22 cr) • Among CS options, 310 is most recommended. 300 may alternatively Communications (6 cr) be of interest to students emphasizing computational materials science. EPD 397 Technical Communication 200 or 400 may be substituted for 300 depending on prior CS Comm A ENG 100, LSC 100, COM ARTS 100 or ESL 118 experience. Liberal Studies Electives (16 cr). Same as College of Engineering Liberal Studies Elective requirements.

Credit Minimum for Graduation: 128 cr The above subject requirements can be met with 121 credits of UW courses. Students must complete 121 credits of course work to earn the Bachelor of Science degree. The 7 elective credits may be earned by choosing elective courses that carry more credits than the requirement’s minimum credit load or by taking any additional courses of the student’s choice. Notes: • Except for the liberal studies requirements, the same course credits may be applied to only degree elective requirement. MS&E follows the College of Engineering policies with regard to application of liberal studies credits across the liberal studies requirements.