Materials Science and Engineering with Specialization in Energy/Environment/Economics (E3) (M.S.)

Illinois Tech’s Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering with Specialization in Energy/Environment/Economics (E3) offers a rigorous program preparing students to become leaders in this fast-growing industry.

This program provides advanced professional preparation in specialized areas of environmental engineering practice with applications in energy, environment, and economics.

Students will gain in-depth knowledge and understanding of the associated environmental issues and economic forces that drive technology choices. Coursework includes thermodynamics, renewable energy technologies, advanced materials processing, and industrial waste treatment.

Program Overview

This interdisciplinary program will provide students with training in energy technologies and an in-depth understanding of the associated environmental issues and economic forces that drive technology choices. Advance your knowledge in environmental engineering with applications in energy, environment, and economics.

Career Opportunities

Our Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering with E3 specialization degree program will prepare you for such careers as:

  • Materials research engineer
  • Materials manufacturing engineer
  • Material innovation engineer

The Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering with E3 specialization curriculum will advance your knowledge in the field of materials science and engineering through post-baccalaureate coursework and state-of-the-art research. This program provides advanced professional preparation in specialized areas of environmental engineering practice with applications in energy, environment, and economics.

Coursework includes thermodynamics, renewable energy technologies, advanced materials processing, and industrial waste treatment.

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Admissions requirements ensure that incoming students are well-prepared and qualified to succeed in their chosen program. Prospective students must review each program of interest to determine whether they meet admissions requirements as outlined in the course bulletin.