Inamori School of Engineering

Ceramics Engineering (CE)
Curriculum and Classes

Courses
Credit Hours
Comments

Mathematics (15)
  Math 151 - Calculus I
  Math 152 - Calculus II
  Math 253 - Calculus III
  Math 271 - Differential Equations

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4
4
3






Physical Sciences (16)
  CHEM 105 - General Chemistry I
  CHEM 106 - General Chemistry II
  PHYS 125 - Physics I
  PHYS 126 - Physics II


4
4
4
4






Engineering (19)
  ENGR 101 - Introduction to Engineering
  ENGR 102 - Computer Aided Design
  ENGR 104 - Computer Aided Engineering
  ENGR 110 - Technical Communications
  ENGR 11x - 2 Engineering Explorations Labs
  ENGR 160 - Freshman Seminar
  ENGR 220 - Circuit Theory I
  ENGR 305 - Engineering Statistics
  ENGR 360 - Undergraduate Seminar

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2
2
4
2 (1 each)
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4
3
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Material Sciences (46)
  CEMS 203 - Introduction to Ceramic Powder Processing
  CEMS 214 - Structure and Properties of Materials
  CEMS 215 - Microscopy and Microstructural Characterization
  CEMS 216 - Bonding and Structure of Materials
  CEMS 235 - Thermodynamics of Materials
  CEMS 237 - Thermal Processes in Materials
  CEMS 314 - Ceramic Processing Principles
  CEMS 317 - Sintering
  CEMS 342 - Thermal and Mechanical Properties
  CEMS 344 - Electrical, Magnetic, and Optical Properties
  CEMS 347 - Spectroscopy
  CEMS 349 - X-Ray Characterization
  CEMS 480 - Thesis
  CEMS 484 - Engineering Operations

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Mechanical (6)
  MECH 211 - Statics
  MECH 241 - Mechanics of Materials I

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3




Miscellaneous (31)
  ENGL 101** - Writing I
  GP/HUM/SS/Arts - 4 Classes
  Tech Elective - 3 Classes
  CerE Elective - 2 Classes




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16 (4 each)
9 (3 each)
6 (3 each)

Total: 133

If Needed not counted toward grad. req.
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& Phys Ed Requirement (4 credits)

The engineering curricula are reviewed annually and updated when necessary to ensure continual improvement based on feedback from students, faculty, and employers. The curriculum presented above includes updates expected for Fall 2013, but may be subject to minor changes. Students currently enrolled in our programs should consult the detailed curriculum by semester sheets located on the Undergraduate Forms and Policies page.