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Capstone Design
BCHM 461Biochemistry I
BCHM 464Biochemistry Lab 1
BCHM 485Physical Biochemistry
BCSI 414Recombinant DNA Lab
BCSI 426Membrane Biophysics
BSCI 410Molecular Genetics
BSCI 412Microbial Genetics
BSCI 421Cell Biology
CHBE 470The Science and Technology of Colloidal Systems
CHBE 476 Molecular Modeling Methods
CHBE 477 Mesoscopic and Nanoscale Thermodynamics: Fundamentals for Emerging Technologies
CHBE 486Heterogeneous Catalysis for Energy Applications
CHEM 425Instrumental Methods of Analysis
CHEM 482Physical Chemistry II
ENCH 468NBionanotechnology: Physical Principles
ENCH 471Particle Science and Technology
ENCH 490, ENMA 495Polymers, Biopolymers and their Applications in Nano- and Bio-technology
ENEE 313Introduction to Device Physics
ENEE 413Advanced Electronic Devices
ENEE 416Integrated Circuit Fabrication Lab
ENEE 489QQuantum Phenomena in Electrical Engineering
ENMA 430Nanosized Materials: Fabrication and Utilization
ENMA 440Nanoprocessing of Materials with Plasmas
ENMA 441Nanocharacterization
ENMA 442Nanomaterials
ENMA 443Photonic Materials
ENMA 460, PHYS 431Solid State Physics
ENMA 465Microprocessing
ENMA 466Microprocessing Lab
ENMA 475Diffraction Techniques
ENMA 481Electronic and Optical Materials
ENME 476, ENME 481Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems, Lab-on-a-chip Microsystems (Alternating years)
PHYS 401Quantum Physics I
PHYS 404Thermal & Statistical Physics
PHYS 420Modern Physics
PHYS 499M, ENMA 489XPhysics, Material Chemistry and Device Applications at the Nanoscale
XXXX 499Research Experience (if NS & T related)

Note

Not all courses are taught every semester. Please refer to the Testudo Course Listing page for the classes offered for your desired semester.

Requiremens

  • The minor requirement will consist of a total of five courses (at least 15 credits).
  • At least two of the courses (6 credits) must be from the list of NanoFabrication / Nanosynthesis and/or NanoCharacterization electives.
  • At least two of the courses (6 credits) must be from the list of Fundamental Science and/or Nanoscience Electives. At least one of these must be listed as a NanoApplication / Specialization elective.
  • Up to two courses (6 credits) may be double counted, i.e. used both toward satisfying the requirements of the major and the NS&T minor.
  • Three of the courses (9 credits) must be from outside the individual major. Cross listed courses (e.g. ENMA460/PHYS431) which are offered by the major department do not qualify as being outside the major.
  • At least three of the courses (9 credits) must be at the 400 level or above.
  • No more than two courses (6 credits) from any one department will be credited toward the NS&T minor.
  • A grade of "C" or above is required in all courses to be credited toward the NS&T minor.
  • Students wishing to participate in the NS&T minor must declare participation formally. Declaration of participation in the NS&T minor must follow a meeting with the individual department representative to the NS&T committee who will help the student to develop a program of courses suitable for the minor and a schedule for taking those courses. Examples of model programs for each participating department are given below. Students from outside participating departments will consult with one of the MSE representatives to develop a program of courses and declare participation.
  • Research experience (XXXX499) courses may be included in the NS&T minor in addition to those listed above, provided that the research is NS&T-related. The course must be within a participating department. Similarly, if the design capstone course (e.g. ENMA490) from a department is judged to be in the area of NS&T, it may be counted as a Specialization elective toward the minor. Judgment of whether these courses qualify will fall to the departmental NanoProgram Committee member.

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