Molecular Science and Nanotechnology (PhD)

The Molecular Science and Nanotechnology Ph.D. degree is an interdisciplinary degree offered by the College of Engineering and Science and the College of Applied and Natural Sciences. Students in the program work with faculty in biological sciences, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, chemistry, computer science, electrical engineering, mathematics and statistics, mechanical engineering and physics. The curriculum requires a minimum of 66 credit hours, which include 15 to 18 credit hours of research leading to a dissertation.



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For a list of prerequisites, required courses, and suggested pathways, select the curriculum sheet below.
Ph.D. Molecular Sciences and Nanotechnology Curriculum