MS in Materials Science & Engineering
The Department of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science offers a Master of Science Degree in Materials Science & Engineering with either a Thesis Option or Course Option.
Degree candidates will plan their programs with the help of their thesis advisor. Courses are to be Engineering courses at 500-level or above, or Chemistry, Earth and Planetary Science, or Physics courses at 400-level or above. Course credit must include at least 12 units (four courses) from a list of approved materials-focused courses, as well as 3 units (one course) of mathematics at the graduate level. The following restrictions apply:
Director of MS StudiesKathy Flores(314) 935-3184Jubel Hall, Room 103Jfloresk@wustl.edu
All full-time graduate students are required to register and pass MEMS 501 - graduate seminar.
Seminar Attendance Policy
E60-505 - Communication tools for Academic and Professional Success
McKelvey School of Engineering requires all incoming international students who submit a TOEFL or IETLS score or has not obtained a minimum of 3 years of education in the U.S. to take a course in communication. This new course was first offered in Fall of 2018. This course does not cost extra for full-time students and is not counted toward the degree or the GPA.