GRADUATE SCHOOL OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCESMICRO and NANOTECHNOLOGY


Restricted Electives

 

The students should pass any two of the following courses in order to complete the program.This is the complete list of restricted electives.

 

Generally, you can take maximum three courses from the same department (for Restricted and Elective courses). The other 2 courses have to be from a different department!

 

Courses from Micro and Nanotechnology Department     

  • MNT 511 (MNT 702) Nanoporous Materials (3-0) 3
  • MNT 512  (MNT 703) Optical Materials and Spectroscopy (3-0) 3

                              

Courses from Physics Department

  • PHYS 501 Statistical Mechanics (3-0) 3      
  • PHYS 507 Quantum Mechanics (3-0) 3                      
  • PHYS 523 Molecular Physics I (3-0) 3  
  • PHYS 527 Optoelectronics (3-0) 3
  • PHYS 535 Fundamentals of Silicon Technology I (3-0) 3          
  • PHYS 539 Optical Properties of Semiconductors (3-0)3
  • PHYS 557 Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (3-0)3
  • PHYS 519 (PHYS 741) Principles of Density Functional Theory (3-0)3

              

Courses from Metallurgy and Materials Engineering Department

  • METE 507 Advanced Crystallography and Diffraction (2-2)3
  • METE 546 Nanostructured Materials (3-0) 3
  • METE 550 Solar Cells (3-0) 3
  • METE 555 Processing and Properties of Nanocomposites (3-0) 3
  • METE 560 Polymer Nanocomposites (3-0) 3

 

Courses from Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department

  • EE 510 Analog Integrated Circuits (3-0) 3
    EE 513 Transport Phenomena in Semiconductor Devices (3-0) 3
  • EE 514 Infrared Devices and Systems (3-0) 3
  • EE 516 BIOMEMS and Biosensors (3-0)3    
  • EE 610 Integrated Sensors and Sensor System (3-0)3    
  • EE 617 Principles of VLSI Design (3-0) 3
  • EE 619 High Speed Semiconductor Devices and Circuits (3-0) 3 

 

Courses from Chemical Engineering Deparment

  • CHE 520 Transport Phenomena (3-0) 3
  • CHE 521 Advanced Fluid Flow (3-0) 3 (or ME 517 from Mechanical Engineering Dept.)

 

Courses from Chemistry Department 

 

Courses from Biology Department 

  • BIO 514 Biomaterials (3-0) 3 from Biology Dept. (or CHEM 568 from Chemistry Dept.)
  • BIO 545 (BIOL 745) Principles of Fluorescence Spectroscopy and Microscopy (3-0) 3

Courses from other departments    

  • BTEC 503 Fundamentals of Biotechnology (3-0) 3 from Biotechnology Dept.
  • ME 504 Advanced Heat Transfer I (3-0) 3 from Mechanical Engineering Dept.
  • ME 552 Micro and Nanoscale Heat Transfer (3-0) from Mechanical Engineering Dept.