CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENTS
The Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering program at Norfolk State University prepares students for careers in industry, federal or private research laboratories, and academia. The program transitions students from physical sciences, engineering and related fields into the discipline of materials with special nano-structures and properties, broadening their professional opportunities.
Meet our Current Materials Science and Engineering Ph.D. Students
NSU offers the M.S. in Materials Science program, which provides students with analytical and technical skills as well as research experience necessary for doctoral programs or technical jobs requiring training in the preparation and characterization of materials with tailored nano-structures and properties.
The Center for Materials Research, CMR, provides the research component of these graduate programs. The Center's research focuses on the creation of materials with unique quantum or photonic properties and nano-structures to address the demands of information technology, communications, remote sensing, and the production of renewable clean energy.
Meet our Current Materials Science and Engineering Masters Students