Graduate Programs

Advanced Degree Options for Graduate Students

Students seeking advanced degrees in Materials Science & Engineering can take advantage of our comprehensive MS and PhD programs.

Our MS program is designed to build a strong foundation in materials science along with industrial applications in engineering, technology and processing. Students have the opportunity to study the fundamentals of materials science and state-of-the-art applications. Full- and part-time study options are available.

Program areas for the PhD emphasize the processing-structure-property performance relationships in metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites. Current projects are addressing these issues in fuel cell materials, biopolymers, aluminum and magnesium casting, and more.

 
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  • Wang

    Student Profile

    Name: Qiang Wang
    Department: Materials Science & Engineering

    Qiang Wang received his B.S. degree in Chemistry department of Central China Normal University, and earned his Ph.D degree in college of chemistry and molecular science of Wuhan University.

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  • laura-mohanty

    Student Profile

    Name: Laura Mohanty
    Department: Materials Science & Engineering

    Laura Mohanty is a part-time MS student at WPI in Material Science and Engineering. She earned her undergraduate degree from Northeastern University in Computer Engineering in 2003.

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  • Belsito

    Student Profile

    Name: Danielle Belsito
    Department: Materials Science & Engineering

    Danielle received her undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire.

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