Undergraduate Advising in Materials Science and Engineering
Students choosing materials science and engineering (MSE) as their primary field should follow the listed curriculum for materials engineers. They will develop a complete program of courses with their advisor for approval during advising sessions.
Students who are interested in transferring into the Department of Materials Science and Engineering should contact Assistant Director of Student Services Dr. Kathleen Hart. To schedule an appointment, e-mail her at email@example.com.
Current students who do not know who their advisor is should contact Dr. Hart.
participating in or desiring to participate in the Interdisciplinary Minor Program in Nanoscale Science and Technology (NS&T) must formally declare their participation using the Nano Minor Declaration/Advising Form (PDF). Submission of the form must follow a meeting with the department's NS&T program advisors, Dr. Kathleen Hart, Assistant Director of Student Services, and Professor Ray Phaneuf, who will help the students develop a program of courses suitable for the minor and a schedule for taking them. To schedule
an appointment, e-mail Dr. Kathleen Hart at firstname.lastname@example.org and Professor Phaneuf at email@example.com.
The Materials Science and Engineering Undergraduate Mentoring Program
Materials majors participate in a mentoring program during the sophomore and junior years. Students must meet with a faculty member to discuss research activities, specialization areas and career/graduate school options. The student must have a mentoring form signed by the faculty member and bring it to their advisor for registration purposes each semester. Students should choose a different faculty member for each semester. Mentoring forms may be found outside the Assistant Director for Student Services Office at 1113 Chemical and Nuclear Engineering Building, or you may download the mentoring form. (PDF)