Undergraduate core courses
The list below includes materials science and engineering courses.
|Course||Course Name||Location||Units||Semester Offered|
|27-100||Engineering the Materials of the Future (Introduction to Materials)||Pittsburgh||12||Spring|
|27-201||The Structure of Materials||Pittsburgh||9||Fall|
|27-202||Defects in Materials||Pittsburgh||9||Spring|
|27-210||Materials Engineering Essentials||Pittsburgh||6||Fall|
|27-215||Thermodynamics of Materials||Pittsburgh||12||Fall|
|27-216||Transport in Materials||Pittsburgh||9||Spring|
|27-217||Phase Relations and Diagrams||Pittsburgh||12||Spring|
|27-301||Microstructure and Properties I||Pittsburgh||9||Fall|
|27-305||Introduction to Materials Characterization||Pittsburgh||6||Spring|
|27-367||Selection and Performance of Materials||Pittsburgh||6||Spring|
Graduate-level core courses
Master’s students must take two of the following core courses, as well as the graduate seminar.
Doctoral students must take all three of the following courses, as well as the graduate seminar.