• Nanofabrication Process Engineer
  • Professor
  • Nanotechnology Engineering Technologist
  • Chemist
  • Research Scientist

For individuals who

Are interested in engineering, biomechanics, chemistry, materials and want to pursue a master's or Ph.D.

Looking for

Interdisciplinary coursework and the option to pursue a track towards a Master's Thesis or a Culminating Experience.

To become

  • Materials Engineer
  • Nanotechnology Engineering Technologist
  • Researcher
  • Professor

Admission Requirements

The program in Materials and Nanotechnology is open to qualified graduates of universities and colleges of recognized standing. Applicants with a degree in the disciplines of chemistry, engineering, material science and engineering, physics, polymer science, polymer engineering, or related fields will be considered for admission. Applicants must meet the Graduate College requirements.

Financial Assistance

Students are routinely supported through research assistantships. Applicants are considered based on scholarship, potential to undertake advanced study and research, and financial need. All students who submit complete applications by the appropriate deadlines are considered for assistantships.

In addition to the stipend, graduate assistants receive a graduate tuition waiver. Tuition waivers cover base tuition for NDSU graduate credits only. Students are responsible for differential tuition, student fees, and tuition for non-graduate level credits taken or Cooperative Education credits.