Materials Chemistry certificate programs

The Graduate Certificate in Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) is designed for working professionals who do not have formal training in MSE, but wish to acquire a basic understanding of materials science. The program requires four courses (12 credit hours) and can be completed in two semesters. Most people enroll as distance education students. Required courses include the core course MSE 500 (3 credit hours) and three MSE elective courses (9 credit hours) selected by the student. Students may customize their particular program to focus on specific areas of materials science that interest them. To be admitted to the MSE Graduate Certificate Program, a student must have a B.S. degree in the sciences or engineering from a regionally accredited four-year college or university and have an overall (or major) GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4-point scale. By judicious selection of elective courses, students can customize their certificate program to focus on areas of interest to them.
Ranked as: #1 in Best National University
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State: NJ
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The MSE Certificate Program introduces students to the world of materials. The breadth and flexibility of the program accommodates a wide range of interests and backgrounds, and gives student both the theoretical foundation and practical knowledge needed to appreciate the rapidly developing field of modern materials. Admission: Admission to the MSE Certificate Program normally occurs during the sopho year but enrollments remains open into senior year. In general, students are expected to have satisfactorily completed a first year program that would permit them to enter one of the participating departments. Departments that are currently participating are:.

Materials Science Engineering Certificate Program

Ranked as: #35 in Best National University
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State: GA
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Courses that are part of certificate programs include a required assessment. Passing criteria is determined by the instructor and is provided to learners at the start of the course. GTPE certificates of program completion consist of a prescribed number of required and elective courses offered and completed at Georgia Tech within a consecutive six-year period. Exceptions, such as requests for substitutions or credit for prior education, can be requested through the petition form. Exceptions cannot be guaranteed. Construction Safety and Health Certificate Program (Atlanta campus courses only). Project Management Certificate Program (Atlanta campus courses only). Safety and Health Management Certificate Program (Atlanta campus courses only). GTPE does not issue transcripts or certificates with Professional Develop Hours (PDH) or Professional Development Units (PDU), but the crosswalk here is provided for reference. Upon successful completion of most GTPE courses (80% minimum attendance and a passing grade in courses that require an assessment), you may receive a certificate indicating the number of CEUs earned. Certificate issuance exceptions include courses with outstanding credentialing entities (i.e. OSHA or PADI). For an audit of your transcript for progress toward completion of a certificate, please complete the transcript request form. GTPE courses do not provide academic or degree credit. Georgia Tech academic or degree credit is only available to matriculated students taking courses that meet degree requirements.
Ranked as: #42 in Best National University
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State: MA
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Fall Term January 7: PhD program June 15: Master’s applicants (international) August 15: Master’s and Certificate applicants (non-international) August 25: Special Student applicants (non-international only). Spring Term October 1: Master’s applicants (international) December 15: Master’s and Certificate applicants (non-international) December 15: Special Student applicants (non-international only). Certificate applicants only need to provide items 1, 2, 3, 4, 8 and one letter of recommendation. However, certificate programs are available to currently enrolled graduate students, provising the certificate program requirements are completed at the same time.
Ranked as: #62 in Best National University
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State: MD
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All Graduate Certificate in Engineering Programs consist of 4 courses 12 credits. All students are expected to complete a preliminary course plan for their intended degree program.
Ranked as: #95 in Best National University
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State: NC
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The Graduate Certificate in Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) is designed for working professionals who do not have formal training in MSE, but wish to acquire a basic understanding of materials science. The program requires four courses (12 credit hours) and can be completed in two semesters. Most people enroll as distance education students. Required courses include the core course MSE 500 (3 credit hours) and three MSE elective courses (9 credit hours) selected by the student. Students may customize their particular program to focus on specific areas of materials science that interest them. To be admitted to the MSE Graduate Certificate Program, a student must have a B.S. degree in the sciences or engineering from a regionally accredited four-year college or university and have an overall (or major) GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4-point scale. By judicious selection of elective courses, students can customize their certificate program to focus on areas of interest to them.

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