신소재공학과

Curriculum

Curriculum

Classification Subject No. PSubject Name Lecture:Lab.:
Credit (Homework)
Semester Remark
Mandatory General Course required CC010 Special Lecture on Leadership 1:0:0 Spring, Fall
CC020 Ethics and Safety I 1AU Spring, Fall
choose 1 CC500 Scientific Writing 3:0:3 Spring, Fall
CC510 Introduction to Computer Application 2:3:3 Spring, Fall
CC511 Probability and Statistics 2:3:3 Spring, Fall
CC512 Introduction to Materials and Engineering 3:0:3 Spring, Fall Other major students
CC513 Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis 3:0:3 Fall
CC522 Introduction to Instruments 2:3:3 Fall
CC530 Entrepreneurship and Business Strategies 3:0:3 Fall
CC531 Patent Analysis and Invention Disclosure 3:0:3 Spring, Fall
CC532 Collaborative System Design and Engineering 4:0:4 Spring
Mandatory Major Course MS511 Thermodynamics and Phase Equilibria 3:0:3(3) Spring
Elective Course MS513 Structure and Defects of Solids 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS514 Mechanical Behavior of Materials 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS516 Kinetic Processes in Materials 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS521 Statistical Thermodynamics in Materials System 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS523 Electron Microscopy 2:3:3(3) Spring
MS524 Phase Equilibria and Phase Diagrams 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS536 Thin Film Processes 3:0:3(2) Spring
MS541 Diffusion in Solid 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS542 Nanoscale Surface Analysis 2:3:3(3) Fall
MS543 Introduction to Dislocations 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS544 Engineering of Soft Materials 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS545 Healthcare Materials 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS551 Waves and Materials 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS572 Composite Materials 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS575 Non-Crystalline Materials 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS590 Design of Nanomaterials and Processing 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS591 Emerging nanofabrication technology 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS592 Inorganic Nanomaterials 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS612 Phase Transformation in Solids 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS613 Solid State Physics 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS615 Structure and Properties of Interfaces 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS617 Solid-State Electrochemistry 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS619 Electronic Ceramic Materials 3:0:3(2) Fall
MS620 Optical Materials 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS621 Dielectric Materials 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS624 Optical properties of nanostructured materials 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS625 Thin-Film Transistors for Display Applicaitons 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS631 Alloy Design and Applications 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS632 Creep and Superplasticity 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS633 Solid State Chemical Sensors 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS634 Crystal Physics 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS635 Semiconductor Integrated Process Design 3:1:3(3) Fall
MS642 Electronic Packaging Technology 3:0:3(2) Spring
MS643 Sintering 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS644 Advanced Polymeric Materials 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS653 Microstructure Analysis in Materials Science 3:1:3(3) Spring
MS654 Surface Science 3:0:3(2) Spring
MS656 Corrosion & Mechanochemical Reactions on Surfaces 2:3:3(3) Fall
MS657 Environmental Effects on the Degradation of Materials 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS658 Materials science aspects of rechargeable batteries 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS660 Fracture Mechanics 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS661 Fatigue Phenomena in Metals 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS662 Mechanical Properties of Thin Films 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS670 Sol-Gel Nano Materials and Process 3:0:3(3) Fall
MS671 First-principles Modeling of Materials 3:0:3(3) Spring,Fall
MS672 Special Topics on Nano Material Technology 3:0:3(3) Spring,Fall
MS673 Photochemical Materials 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS684 Principles of Semiconductor Devices 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS685 Physics of Magnetism and Magnetic Mateials 3:0:3(2) Fall
MS686 Photovoltaic Materials 3:0:3(3) Spring
MS696 Special Topic in Advanced Materials I 3:0:3(3) Spring,Fall
MS697 Special Topic in Advanced Materials II 3:0:3(3) Spring,Fall
MS698 Special Topic in Advanced Materials III 3:0:3(3) Spring,Fall
Research MS960 M.S. Thesis
MS966 M.S. Seminar 1:0:1(3)
MS980 Ph.D. Thesis
MS986 Ph.D. Seminar 1:0:1(3)
MS998 Practicum in Materials Science and Engineering I 0:3:1 Summer,Winter
MS999 Practicum in Materials Science and Engineering II 0:6:2 Summer,Winter

※ Note: 500 level courses open to both undergraduate and graduate students.