"Challenges in materials research are increasingly complex and interdisciplinary. In CEMS, our students work at the boundaries between materials science and diverse fields including the physical sciences and chemical, biological and electrical engineering."
"Interested in CEMS? Need graduate advising assistance? I’m happy to serve as your first point of contact for CEMS graduate programs"
The Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science at the University of Minnesota has been thriving on its ability to foster interdisciplinary efforts in research and education; most, if not all of our active faculty members are engaged in intra- or interdepartmental research projects. The extensive collaboration among faculty members in research and education and the high level of co-advising of graduate students and research fellows serves to cultivate new ideas and stimulate innovation.
CEMS does NOT accept applications for full time Master's degree. If it is your intention to apply for a part-time Masters, while employed in local industry, please contact Julie Prince, before formally applying. Julie Prince.