Masters of Engineering (M.Eng)
The Master of Engineering is an accelerated degree designed to develop professional engineering leaders of the future who understand the technical, economic, and social issues of technology.
Master of Engineering in M.S.E.
The M.S.E. MEng degree brings together expertise in a technical specialization with leadership, business, marketing, finance, and management skills. Culminating in a hands-on team-oriented capstone design project, you will apply engineering and business acumen to real-world challenges.
Innovative. Holistic understanding of engineering and business. Choose between full-time or part time enrollment. Integrative capstone design project.
Career-oriented. Increases the likelihood of advancement toward goals after 1 year of intensive industry-related study. Career advise to help with professional development and placement.
Regular contact with industry. Industry partners help you apply technical knowledge to critical current issues. Guest lecturers share successes and failures.
Small and cross-disciplinary. Technical class size ranges from 10-30 students to a weekly lecture of 150. Leadership courses range from 25-50 students.
- Completed in 9 months (fall & spring semesters)
- 25 units of coursework in 3 areas: core leadership,
your technical specialty, your capstone project
- Full (9 months) or part-time(2-4 years) enrollment
- All classes taught on Berkeley campus by
- Cross-disciplinary cohort with students from other
Berkeley engineering departments
- Small classes for maximum interaction with
students instructors, and industry collaborators
- Career advising and placement, access to alumni
and industry connections, as well as Silicon
Materials Science and Engineering is a diverse field of study drawing from all areas of physical science such as chemistry, physics, biology, and engineering. In addition to drawing from the physical sciences, materials science and engineering often crosses these disciplinary boundaries. The general program recognizes the inherent interdisciplinary nature of materials science and engineering and allows students to tailor their program of study to address their personal interests.
- MSE 200A – Survey of Materials Science
- MSE 201A – Thermodynamics of Solids
- MSE 204 – Theory of Electronic Microscopy and X-Ray Diffraction
- MSE 223 – Semiconductor Materials
- MSE C226 – Photovoltaic Materials
- MSE 202 – Crystal Structure and Bonding
- MSE 205 – Defects in Solids
- MSE C212 – Deformation, Fracture and Fatigue
- MSE 213 – Environmental Effects on Materials Properties and Behavior
- MSE 215 – Computational Materials Science
- MSE C216 – Macromolecular Science in Biotechnology and Medicine
- MSE 221 – Fuel Cells, Batteries and Chemical Sensors
- MSE C225 – Thin Film Science and Technology
M.ENG DEGREE REQUIREMENTS OVERVIEW
- Minimum number of units to complete degree: 25 Semester Units (must be in 200 series)
- Minimum number of MSE Units in Concentration: 12 Semester Units (must be in 200 series and letter-graded)
- Minimum Core Leadership Curriculum Units: 8 Semester Units (must be in 200 series)
- 2 Semester Unit – Capstone Integration (taken S/U)
- 3 Semester Units – Engineering Leadership I (taken for a letter grade)
- 3 Semester Units – Engineering Leadership II (taken for a letter grade)
- Maximum Number of Capstone Project Units (297M A-B): 5 (2 Fall, 3 Spring)
- Minimum GPA: All students required to have a minimum of 3.0
- Minimum Units Required: 12 Units (Full Time)
- Oral Presentation to Committee
Department offices are located in 210 Hearst Memorial Mining Building, in the Northeast corner of campus.
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
210 Hearst Memorial Mining Building
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-1760
Phone: (510) 642-3801
Fax: (510) 643-5792