The Department of Materials Science and Engineering offers a combined BS/MS degree program intended to foster undergraduate research and to accelerate progress toward a MS degree. This is a research intensive degree and offers students interested in expanding their research skills the opportunity to work in a research lab. 

Only full time domestic students currently enrolled in Major Status in the Materials Science and Engineering undergraduate program can be admitted to the combined BS/MS Program. International students are not eligible for the BS/MS degree.

MSE BS/MS Program of Study

MSE BS/MS Handbook Year 2017_2018

Academic Advising


Marcie Leek
Academic Advisor
Office: CME 304
Email: marcie.leek@utah.edu

Book Advising Appointment

AdmissionsDegree RequirementsSupervisory CommitteeProgram of StudyThesis and Defense
Program Description
Who can apply?
Application Requirements
Admission to the Graduate School
Overview
Required Courses
Graduate Seminar
Thesis Hours
Request for Graduate Credit
Registration Restrictions

Each supervisory committee consists of three faculty members. The committee chair and the majority of the committee must be tenure-line faculty in the MSE department. In compliance with The Graduate School’s policy, the supervisory committee chair must be a regular faculty at the University of Utah with at least an adjunct appointment in the Materials Science and Engineering Department and the committee members must meet the approval of the Director of Graduate Studies. If the advisor is an adjunct faculty member in Materials Science and Engineering the other two members of the committee must be tenure track Materials Science and Engineering faculty members. If agreed by the advisor, one member of the committee can be chosen from outside the Department providing the advisor is a tenure track faculty member in Materials Science and Engineering.

Overview
Procedure to Complete
Thesis
Defense
Registration

Upon successful completion of the combined degree program, both the Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees are awarded simultaneously. Students must apply for graduation to the Registrar’s Office for both the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree to be awarded in the appropriate semester. Both applications must be completed and turned into the Graduation Office by the deadline for the appropriate semester. Students must satisfy all the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and University of Utah requirements for each degree. Reminder that Coursework may not be applied to more than one degree.

BS/MS students are required to complete two graduation applications. To apply for graduation for both the BS and MS click here.

Grading Policy
Adding, Dropping, and Withdrawal Procedures
Repeating Courses
Major Declassification
Leave of Absence
Appeals Procedures
Americans with Disabilities Act

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