... the exciting field that is enabling solutions in alternative energy, medical diagnostics and therapeutics, next generation wireless communications. The Master of Science in Engineering degree in Nanotechnology prepares students to take leadership roles in emerging high tech industries as well as traditional industries that exploit nanoscale phenomena. This interdisciplinary program draws on world recognized faculty and courses in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, the School of Arts and Sciences, and the Wharton School.
Nanotechnology & Innovation
Nanotechnology & Energy
Nanotechnology & Heath Care
Nanotechnology & Communications
Nanotechnology & the Environment
The flexible curriculum allows both full-time and part-time options. The technical courses are organized into the three core areas of nanotechnology: Synthesis, Materials and Nanofabrication; Devices and Fundamental Properties; and Biotechnology. In addition courses are required in Commercialization and Entrepreneurship. Students design an individual curriculum or choose pre-designated in the areas listed above. Example curricula are shown here. The curriculum structure allows students to match background and interests while preparing for exciting new challenges. It is also a great sub matriculation option!
Education/training in nanotechnology brings additional knowledge and skill sets crucial to emerging technologies that complement backgrounds in physics, chemistry, bioengineering, materials science, electrical engineering, systems engineering, mechanical engineering, engineering and applied science, and chemical engineering. Those coming from industry may come from electronics, materials, biomedical, alternative energy, civil defense, or sustainable development sectors. This diversity provides a dynamic learning environment for creative problem solving ... Much like the nanotechnology field.