Graduate Students

Graduate student Tony Jefferson working on Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) system for growing Graphene. 

Materials Science and Engineering Graduate Program

Graduate Students can expect: 
  • A rigorous and exciting education that balances research and classroom learning
  • Signature technical courses that invite students to question existing paradigms¬†
  • Courses that prepare students for the challenges of a profession in MSE
  • Faculty member advisors leading cutting-edge research that are committed to training the next generation of researchers
  • Multidisciplinary research environment
  • State-of-the-art equipment and facilities
  • Postgraduate job placement
  • A rewarding career in industry, national laboratories or academia

Upon applying to the MSE graduate program, based on your qualifications, you will be considered for financial assistance in the form of graduate fellowships (MSE Graduate Fellowships, College of Engineering Graduate Fellowships, Graduate Access Fellowships, Science Foundation Arizona Fellowships, Sandia National Laboratory Fellowships, etc.), as well as Research Assistantships or Teaching Assistantships.

University of Arizona College of Engineering