The study of materials science has a particular emphasis at each of our campus partners. Listed is information about materials science programs from our campus partners.
The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire offers a unique materials science education at a liberal arts undergraduate institution. Along with a strong emphasis on hands on learning, the Materials Science Center offers students, faculty, public and private sectors access to state of the art instrumentation.
Find out what makes Materials Science at Eau Claire unique.
The study of materials science at UW-La Crosse is through their Physics Department. This department offers a bachelor of science degree in physics, and a dual degree in physics/engineering. In addition, the Department features emphases in Astronomy, Optics, and Computational Physics, as well as physics degrees with Business or Biomedical Concentrations. The program is designed to give students flexibility in their career choices, whether they are seeking employment in today’s high-tech industries, or planning to pursue an advanced degree in a related field of study.
In addition to the Materials Science Program, there are a number of departments and programs with a materials and manufacturing emphasis.
Find out what UW-Madison College of Engineering students have to say.
The Materials Science YouTube Channel
UW-Milwaukee is a recognized engineering research institution with dozens of world-class research centers, labs and multiple individual research initiatives. Through our research, we solve real-world problems. In 2013 alone, seven new projects received Catalyst Grants which hasten commercialization of new technology.
Learn more how UW-Milwaukee engineers change the world.
Ben Church, Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering, shows how University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, in collaboration with Johnson Controls and the Department of Energy, discovered more cost effective lithium ion battery manufacturing processes.
AT UW-Platteville, The College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science (EMS) emphasizes career-focused, experiential learning. The college consists of eight academic departments: chemistry, civil and environmental engineering, computer science and software engineering, electrical engineering, engineering physics, general engineering, mathematics, and mechanical and industrial engineering. The College of EMS offers ABET-accredited engineering degrees in civil, electrical, environmental, industrial, mechanical and software engineering, and engineering physics along with degrees in mathematics, broad field science, chemistry, computer science, microsystems and nanomaterials, and sustainable and renewable energy systems.
University of Wisconsin-Stout is a career-focused, comprehensive polytechnic university where diverse students, faculty and staff integrate applied learning, scientific theory, humanistic understanding, creativity and research to solve real-world problems, grow the economy and serve a global society. The study of materials sciences is through the Applied Science Program.
Depending on your concentration, you’ll gain the opportunity to pursue careers in Biotechnology, Interdisciplinary Science, and Materials and Nanoscience.