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Curriculum Overview

The Master's degree in Nanotechnology prepares students for this profession with a solid foundation in the three technical core areas: Nanofabrication, Devices and Properties, and Biotechnology; as well as Commercialization, and Societal Impacts of Technology. Courses are offered by the School of Engineering and Applied Science, the School of Arts and Sciences, and the Wharton School.

Requires 10 course units:

In addition students must attend AND SUBMIT 1-PAGE REPORTS FOR 4 technical seminars offered by any of the relevant departments.  Note that the selection of electives must meet the program requirements specified by the academic faculty committee. Not all combinations would be approved, but several typical combinations are illustrated under ‘sample curricula’

 

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Electric fields around an array of electrodes are simulated. (Engheta group)