Nanotechnology Overview

This 12-credit certificate program enables students to gain a working knowledge of a broad range of instrumentation for solving nanotechnology problems. Credits earned toward a certificate may be accepted as part of a master’s or Ph.D. degree program in materials science and engineering.

Core courses are Materials for Nanotechnology and Strategies for Nanocharacterization. Electives include: Thin Film Processing and Mechanical Behavior, Electron Microscopy and Microanalysis, Crystallography and Diffraction, Advanced Transmission Electron Microscopy, and Advanced Scanning Electron Microscopy.

Engineering Graduate Programs Contact

Brianne Lisk, Manager, Graduate Programs: | (610) 758-6310

College of Engineering Central Inbox: | (610) 758-5308

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