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Future MSE Undergraduate Students

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Materials Science and Engineering is one of ten programs offered by the College of Engineering at the University of Tennessee. Our graduates are in great demand, both in the U.S. and internationally. Career opportunities for graduating students with Bachelor of Science degrees are excellent, and salaries for entry-level positions are currently very good.

A significant number of nationally respected corporations regard UT as a “target university” for hiring new engineers. Many of our graduates have risen to top positions in industry, government and academia. An engineering degree from UT offers an excellent foundation for a successful career.

About the Materials Science and Engineering Major

» What is Materials Science and Engineering?

» Highlights of Materials Science and Engineering

» Guide & Faculty Specialty Directory for Perspective Graduate Students (PDF)

» Career Opportunities in Materials Science and Engineering

» Salary Trends in Materials Science and Engineering

Important Information for Students

» A Message from the Associate Dean of Student Affairs

» Academic Advising

» MSE Curriculum

» High School Preparation

» How to Major in Materials Science and Engineering at UT

» How to Minor in Materials Science and Engineering at UT: Please see Advisor.

» Requirements for Admission to Materials Science and Engineering

» Scholarship Information

» Special Programs, Co-ops and Internships

» Undergraduate Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes

» Undergraduate Student Code of Ethics

From the College of Engineering Website:

» Admission Requirements

» Campus Life

» Computer Requirements

» Engineering Advising Services

» Engineering Diversity Pre-College Programs

» Engineering Fundamentals Division 

» Engineers Day

» Financial Aid and Scholarships

» Information for Parents

» Meet Our Alumni

» Request Additional Information

» Schedule a College Tour

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