Materials Science and Engineering Program (MSE)
Our world is driven by the materials that are currently available. Millions of products, machines, and innovative technologies are made better because of a new and improved material. In fact, many of today’s industrial problems await materials solutions: the automobile industry needs lighter, fuel efficient car bodies. Cell phone and tablet manufacturers are looking for of ultra-thin, damage-resistant glass for displays. Biomedical doctors and engineers are using biologically compatible materials to repair and replace parts of the human body. Computer technology seeks materials that store more information.
The material science and engineering program at E-JUST provides unique and high impact opportunity to its graduates to be involved in many Hi-Tech industries such as Electronics, Energy, Petrochemical, Pharmaceutical, Automotive, Steel, etc.
- Knowledge of the fundamental science and engineering principles relevant to materials design, development and engineering application.
- Understand the relationship between nano/microstructure, characterization, properties and processing and design of materials.
- Develop students’ knowledge of modern materials science and engineering and related new emerging technologies.
- Develop students’ communication skills and ability to work collaboratively in the field of materials science and engineering.
- Access to exceptional state-of-the-art laboratories that enables the development of advanced expertise in materials processing and characterization.
- Ability to modeling and solving problems in materials design, processing, characterization and structural analysis.
- Enhance students’ practical skills in materials selection, failure analysis and maintenance.
- Explain& present concepts of projects management including planning, scheduling, cost estimates, finance, bidding and contracts.
- Analyze and solve the problems presented by industrial entities.
- Create effective and novel solutions to practical problems.
- Apply the acquired skills in a commercial or industrial environment.
- Use the appreciate ICT tools in a variety of materials engineering aspects.
- Prepare students for careers in industry and for further study in graduate school.
Compulsory Courses (Each course weights 3 credit hours)
- Applied Engineering
|MSE 221||Fundamentals of Materials Science|
|MSE 222||Materials Science Lab|
|MSE311||Structures and Properties of Materials|
|MSE 312||Physics of Solid Materials|
|MSE 313||Chemistry of Materials|
|MSE 314||Thermodynamics and Phase Transformations in Solids|
|MSE 315||Fundamental of Materials Processing|
|MSE 316||Project Based Learning on MSE|
|MSE 321||Seminar on MSE|
|MSE 322||Mechanical Behavior of Materials|
|MSE 323||Mathematical Methods for Materials Computation|
|MSE 324||Ceramic and glasses|
|MSE 325||Polymeric Engineering Materials|
|MSE 411||Corrosion of metals|
|MSE 412||Structural metallic materials|
|MSE 413||Nanomaterials for Engineers|
|MSE 421||Science and Engineering of Nonferrous Materials|
|MSE 410||Senior Project (1)|
|MSE 420||Senior Project (2)|
|MSE 450||Industrial Training (2 modules)|
Elective Courses (Each course weights 3 credit hours)
|MSE 414||Organic Chemistry|
|MSE 415||Materials Characterization|
|MSE 416||Kinetics and Diffusion processes of Materials|
|MSE 417||Introduction to composite materials|
|MSE 418||Functionally graded Materials|
|MSE 419||Materials Selection in Engineering Design and Failure analysis|
|MSE 422||Electronic Properties of Materials|
|MSE 424||Electron Microscopy and Diffraction Theory|
|MSE 425||Electrochemistry for Materials Processing|
|MSE 426||Thin Film Technology|
|MSE 427||Smart Materials|
|MSE 428||Materials for Energy Applications|
|MSE 429||Magnetic Materials|
|MSE 430||Semiconductor Materials|
|MSE 431||Introduction of Advanced Materials|
|MSE 432||Optical Properties of Materials|
|MSE 433||Deformation and Fracture of Engineering Materials|
|MSE 434||Fundamentals of Stress and Strain, and Deformation of Metals|
|MSE 435||Intermolecular Force and Aggregation|
|MSE 436||Continuum Mechanics|
|MSE 437||Dielectric Materials Science|
|MSE 438||Lattice Defects and Dislocation|
|MSE 439||Physical Metallurgy Principles|