- 9 credits
- One–three semesters
Explore New Frontiers in Materials of the Future
Experimental materials physics is a growing field expected to meet many academic and industrial needs. The on-campus graduate certificate in Frontiers in Materials Physics is designed to help you develop foundational knowledge and techniques in materials research. Develop your problem-solving techniques in a relevant and indispensable field for advanced electronic, photonic, energy devices, and future quantum computation and communication. Our certificate is unique in its diversity of topics in materials physics and engineering.
Who is This Certificate For?
This certificate is for qualified professionals who want to enhance their skill set and can be a foundation to continue toward a graduate degree. It is also valuable for degree-seeking students looking to develop a concentration that gives them an edge in their career path.
What You Need to Know
The graduate certificate in Frontiers in Materials Physics helps you develop foundational knowledge and techniques in the areas of syntheses and transfers of low-dimensional materials such as graphene or hBN, first principle calculations on quantum materials, time-resolved laser spectroscopy, and fabrication and and characterizations of nanoscale materials or atmospheric particles. Explore applications for optical spectroscopy, photovoltaics, light-emitting devices, and environmental optics.
There are no prerequisites to enroll in this certificate program. See complete admissions requirements.
Michigan Tech Bachelor's + 1 Semester = Accelerated Graduate Certificate
Current Michigan Tech undergraduates or recent alumni, get started right away. Our accelerated graduate certificates are a fast, affordable way to add graduate credentials to your bachelor's degree in as little as one semester. Be more marketable in your industry or prepare for your master's degree. Explore accelerated certificate options.
This graduate certificate requires a minimum of 9 total credits. Students may apply the credits earned for this certificate toward a graduate degree at Michigan Tech.