Instruction Mode: Online Asynchronous Synchronous The laws of thermodynamics and their consequences. Instruction Mode: Online Asynchronous Application of solid-state phenomena in engineering structures such as microelectronic, magnetic and optical devices. Instruction Mode: Online Asynchronous The synthesis, characterization, microstructure, rheology and processing of polymeric materials. Instruction Mode: Online Synchronous Computational methods and tools used in materials science and engineering, including the advantages, disadvantages, and pitfalls associated with various methods, the concepts behind the methods and the basics of numerical modeling and simulation. Research Problems in Materials Science and Engineering Prerequisite: not open to graduate students. Materials Physics and Chemistry Prerequisite: Senior level or Graduate Standing. Materials Chemistry Instruction Mode: Online Synchronous This course presents concepts in materials chemistry. Polymer Physics Prerequisite: Senior or Graduate Standing in engineering or physical science. Instruction Mode: Hybrid Synchronous, Online Synchronous The mechanical behavior of polymers from linear viscoelastic to yield and fracture are covered. Mechanics of Thin Films and Layered Materials Prerequisite: MECHENG 311 or Graduate Standing. Advanced Function Polymers: Molecular Design and ApplicationsPrerequisite: MSE 412 or graduate standing. Instruction Mode: Online Synchronous Development of global perspective of interdisciplinary issues involved in functional polymers. Instruction Mode: Online Synchronous Classical and statistical thermochemistry with emphasis on topics important in materials science and engineering, including thermodynamics of solids, solution thermochemistry, heterogeneous equilibria of stable and metastable phases, multicomponent systems, coherent equilibria and strain effects, interfaces and adsorption, polymer alloys and solutions. Instruction Mode: Online Asynchronous An advanced level survey of the fundamental principles underlying the structures, properties, processing and uses of engineering materials. Computational Methods in MATSCIE and CHE Prerequisite: Senior level or Graduate Standing. Instruction Mode: Online Synchronous Broad introduction to the methods of numerical problem solving in Materials Science and Chemical Engineering. Materials Energy ConversionPrerequisite: Senior standing or higher Instruction Mode: Online Synchronous The course includes an introduction to energy conversion and storage issues. Molecular Simulation of Materials Prerequisite: Senior level or graduate standing. Foundations of NanotechnologyPrerequisites: Senior or graduate standing. Foundations of Nanotechnology II Prerequisites: Senior or graduate standing. Instruction Mode: Online Synchronous Atomic arrangements in crystalline and noncrystalline materials. Biomolecular Engineering of InterfacesPrerequisite: senior or graduate standing. Colloquium in Materials Science and Engineering Instruction Mode: Online Synchronous Colloquium presentations covering a variety of topics at the forefront of research and development in materials science and engineering, including design, synthesis, fabrication, characterization and applications of metallic materials, inorganic, electronic, organic, and polymeric materials.