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Request Info: Materials Science & Engineering

WPI's online master's in Materials Science & Engineering provides an abundance of information needed for industrial applications embedded in materials technology. Students gain the skills to push the boundaries of energy and materials sustainability in a variety of industrial sectors, including biotechnology, automotive, electronics, and aerospace.

And now, you can take an online course without applying! Get a feel for online learning and experience WPI’s cutting-edge coursework before you decide to enroll. Fill out the form to learn more about this opportunity.

Admissions Requirements

Candidates for admission must meet WPI’s requirements and should have a bachelor’s degree in science, engineering, or management, preferably in such fields as computer science/engineering, electrical/ control engineering, industrial engineering, environmental engineering, manufacturing engineering, materials science and engineering, mechanical engineering, or management. Students with other backgrounds will be considered based on their interest, formal education and experience in manufacturing. 

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  • Assistance in choosing the best program for you
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  • Details about the online learning experience at WPI
  • Tuition and financial aid information 


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