Undergraduate

Prefix/Number Title
EGN 1817 Engineering Innovations For The 21st Century
EGN 2362C Materials Chemistry
EMA 3010 Materials
EMA 3013C Materials Laboratory 2
EMA 3050 Introduction To Inorganic Materials
EMA 3066 Introduction To Organic Materials
EMA 3080C Materials Laboratory 1
EMA 3123 Metallurgical Engineering
EMA 3413 Introduction To Electronic Materials
EMA 3414C Characterization Of Electronic Materials
EMA 3513C Analysis Of The Structure Of Materials
EMA 3800 Error Analyses And Optimization Methodologies In Materials Research
EMA 4041L Advanced Ceramics Laboratory 1
EMA 4042L Advanced Ceramics Laboratory 2
EMA 4120 Physical Metallurgy 1
EMA 4121 Interfacial Engineering
EMA 4125 Transport Phenomena In Materials Processing
EMA 4144 Physical Ceramics 1
EMA 4145 Physical Ceramics 2
EMA 4161C Physical Properties Of Polymers
EMA 4223 Mechanical Behavior Of Materials
EMA 4224 Physical Metallurgy 2
EMA 4314 Energetics And Kinetics In Materials Science
EMA 4324 Stability Of Materials
EMA 4614 Production Of Electronic Materials
EMA 4615 Compound Semiconductor Materials
EMA 4623C Process Metallurgy
EMA 4630C Metals Casting
EMA 4645 Processing Of Ceramic Materials
EMA 4666C Polymer Processing
EMA 4680C Metals Joining Processes And Design
EMA 4714 Materials Selection And Failure Analysis
EMA 4740 Ceramic Engineering Design
EMA 4760 Plastics Engineering Design
EMA 4905 Individual Work
EMA 4913 Research In Materials Science And Engineering 1
EMA 4914 Research In Materials Science And Engineering 2
EMA 4915 Integrated Product And Process Design Program 1
EMA 4916 Integrated Product And Process Design Program 2
EMA 4935 Special Topics
EMA 4949 Co-Op Work Experience

 

EGN1817

Engineering Innovations For The 21st Century (2 credits)

Students examine recent patents in engineering in order to learn the latest developments that will be used for components in the future. Students learn to analyze the presentation of a patent to determine usefulness of the patent, to understand the applicability of the courses taken in engineering to the development of the patent and to gain skills in distinguishing well-written patents from poorly written patents.

Classified as an undergraduate course

 

EGN2362C

Materials Chemistry (4 credits)

Basic principles of chemistry as taught through practical applications to provide an engineering and life sciences perspective. Topics are: atomic, molecular and supermolecular structure, synthesis and processing, stability of materials, biological materials.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
CHM2045 3 General Chemistry 1
CHM2045L 1 General Chemistry 1 Laboratory

 

EMA3010

Materials (3 credits)

Conceptual perspective for origin of materials behavior – structure/property/performance interrelationships. Materials selection and use of familiar material – metals, ceramics, polymers, electronic materials and composites in electronics, structural and other engineering applications.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
CHM2045 3 General Chemistry 1

 

Sections

Number Website
2963
2965
2966

 

EMA3013C

Materials Laboratory 2 (2 credits)

Second part of the general undergraduate materials laboratory.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3080C 2 Materials Laboratory 1

 

EMA3050

Introduction To Inorganic Materials (3 credits)

Uses, structure, processing and properties of ceramic materials. Scientific principles are introduced through discussion of recently developed ceramics for high technology applications.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3010 3 Materials

 

Sections

Number Website
388 http://sinnott.mse.ufl.edu/Syllabus_3050_2007.pdf

 

EMA3066

Introduction To Organic Materials (3 credits)

Introduction to preparation, molecular structure property relationships, processing and applications of macromolecular materials.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3010 3 Materials

 

EMA3080C

Materials Laboratory 1 (2 credits)

Construction and use of ternary and higher order phase diagrams.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3123 3 Metallurgical Engineering

 

EMA3123

Metallurgical Engineering (3 credits)

Preparation, structure, properties and applications of metals and alloys.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3010 3 Materials

 

EMA3413

Introduction To Electronic Materials (3 credits)

Atomistic and quantum-mechanical description of the electrical, optical, magnetic and thermal properties of materials. This course deals with metals, alloys, semiconductors, polymers, dielectrics and amorphous materials. Special emphasis is given to high technology applications of electronic materials.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3010 3 Materials

 

EMA3414C

Characterization Of Electronic Materials (1 credits)

This course provides hands-on experience on the material learned in EMA 3413. Lab topics include identification of electronic components, resistivity and temperature measurements, electronic devices characterization, and laser and magnetic experiments.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Corequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3413 3 Introduction to Electronic Materials

EMA3513C

Analysis Of The Structure Of Materials (4 credits)

Fundamentals of crystallography, x-ray and electron diffraction, scanning and transmission electron microscopy, surface analysis and microprobe techniques. Laboratory.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3010 3 Materials

Sections

Number Website
DEPT1
DEPT2
DEPT3

 

EMA3800

Error Analyses And Optimization Methodologies In Materials Research (3 credits)

Statistical approach for materials research, basic and relevant statistical concepts, error analyses, factorial matrices, reducing the variance, nested designs and sampling plans, mixture designs, optimization technology, response surface method and Taguchi.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Corequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3010 3 Materials

 

EMA4041L

Advanced Ceramics Laboratory 1 (1 credits)

Forming, drying, firing and testing of traditional ceramics.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3050 3 Introduction to Inorganic Materials

 

EMA4042L

Advanced Ceramics Laboratory 2 (1 credits)

Forming, drying, firing and testing of advanced ceramics.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3050 3 Introduction to Inorganic Materials

Sections

Number Website
9343 http://sigmund.mse.ufl.edu/curr_classes.htm

 

EMA4120

Physical Metallurgy 1 (3 credits)

Working heat treatment and microstructure of iron based alloys.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3080C 2 Materials Laboratory 1
EMA3123 3 Metallurgical Engineering

 

EMA4121

Interfacial Engineering (3 credits)

Physical metallurgy of non-ferrous metals and their alloys. A correlation of properties, structural and mechanical history, thermal history, and service behavior of the various metals and their alloys.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3010 3 Materials
EMA3123 or permission of instructor 3 Metallurgical Engineering

 

EMA4125

Transport Phenomena In Materials Processing (3 credits)

Paths, energetics, mechanisms and kinetics of processes that alter the microstructures materials.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA4314 3 Energetics and Kinetics in Materials Science

 

EMA4144

Physical Ceramics 1 (3 credits)

Structure of complex ceramic compounds and glasses. Influence of structural imperfections and stoichiometry on physical characteristics, surface and interfacial phenomena, diffusion and phase transformations in ceramic systems.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3050 3 Introduction to Inorganic Materials

 

EMA4145

Physical Ceramics 2 (3 credits)

Influence of ceramic microstructure on processing. Chemical bonds, surface phenomena, forming energetics, drying and firing kinetics. Diffusion, nucleation, crystal growth, solid-solid and solid-liquid reactions.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA4144 3 Physical Ceramics 1

Sections

Number Website
9344

 

EMA4161C

Physical Properties Of Polymers (4 credits)

Molecular structure physical property relationships for polymers: viscoelastic behavior, the glass transition, thermomechanical and rheological properties, the crystalline and amorphous molecular solid state. Correlation of properties with design engineering of polymer applications. Laboratory section included.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3066 3 Introduction to Organic Materials

 

EMA4223

Mechanical Behavior Of Materials (3 credits)

Plastic deformation and fracture of metals and alloys, ceramics and polymers.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EGM3520 3 Mechanics of Materials

Sections

Number Website
593 http://mecholsky.mse.ufl.edu/EMA4223/index.htm

 

EMA4224

Physical Metallurgy 2 (4 credits)

Mechanisms of deformation and failure of metals and alloys, mechanical testing methods, effects of temperature, deformation rate and stress state on mechanical properties, design of microstructure for optimizing strength and toughness, the laboratory consists of rolling, heat treatment, hardness testing, tensile testing, impact testing and fatigue testing of several commercial alloys including copper alloys, aluminum alloys and steels.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA4223 3 Mechanical Behavior of Materials

 

EMA4314

Energetics And Kinetics In Materials Science (3 credits)

Foundations of energetics, kinetic theory with applications to processes in materials science.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Corequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3010 3 Materials

 

EMA4324

Stability Of Materials (3 credits)

Mechanisms, energetics and kinetics of corrosion and degradation of engineering materials. Economic solutions to degradation problems based upon design and materials selection.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA4314 3 Energetics and Kinetics in Materials Science

 

EMA4614

Production Of Electronic Materials (3 credits)

Production of materials for use in solid state electronic devices; nucleation and growth kinetics, solidification of single phase alloys, segregation, dynamics of crystal growth, selection of materials and growth techniques, characterization.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3413 3 Introduction to Electronic Materials
EMA4314 3 Energetics and Kinetics in Materials Science

Sections

Number Website
N/A https://lss.at.ufl.edu/

 

EMA4615

Compound Semiconductor Materials (3 credits)

Physical properties of technologically important compound semiconductor materials. Epitaxial growth and practical application of compound semiconductor heterostructures.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA4614 3 Production of Electronic Materials
EEL3396 3 Solid State Devices

Sections

Number Website
2981 https://lss.at.ufl.edu/

 

EMA4623C

Process Metallurgy (3 credits)

Engineering aspects of mineral processing. Unit operations, flow sheets. Science and technology of metal extraction with applications to specific ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
PHY2049 3 Physics with Calculus 2
EMA4121 3 Interfacial Engineering

 

EMA4630C

Metals Casting (2 credits)

Melting and solidification of metals and alloys including heat flow, solute redistribution, casting defects, micro- and macrosegregation. Foundry techniques including sand casting, permanent mold casting, investment casting and die casting.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3080C 2 Materials Laboratory 1

 

EMA4645

Processing Of Ceramic Materials (3 credits)

Introduction to the technology and science of processing ceramic materials, including traditional clay based ceramics, modern technical ceramics, and glasses. Topics include the nature of fine particles, forming methods and consolidation by heat.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA4144 3 Physical Ceramics 1

Sections

Number Website
3880 http://sigmund.mse.ufl.edu/curr_classes.htm

 

EMA4666C

Polymer Processing (4 credits)

Major processing methods for polymers and polymeric composites as related to the rheological behavior of these systems. Synthesis of polymers via industrial processes.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA4161C 4 Physical Properties of Polymers

 

EMA4680C

Metals Joining Processes And Design (2 credits)

Metallurgy of metals joining processes including laboratory exercises in soldering, brazing and welding. Selection of processes and design of products manufactured by joining processes.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA4121 3 Interfacial Engineering

Corequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA4223 3 Mechanical Behavior of Materials

 

EMA4714

Materials Selection And Failure Analysis (3 credits)

Philosophy and practice of engineering selection of materials. Case studies in product liability and failure analysis.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA4324 3 Stability of Materials

Sections

Number Website
2983 http://mecholsky.mse.ufl.edu/EMA4714/4714index.html

 

EMA4740

Ceramic Engineering Design (2 credits)

Molecular composition, design of ceramic bodies and glazes, design use histories and computer-based design projects.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA3050 3 Introduction to Inorganic Materials
EMA4145 3 Physical Ceramics 2

 

EMA4760

Plastics Engineering Design (3 credits)

This course utilizes knowledge of processing and properties of plastics for the proper design of products, molds, etc.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Prerequisite Courses

Prefix/Number Credits Title
EMA4666C 4 Polymer Processing

 

EMA4905

Individual Work

Selected problems or projects in the student?s major field of engineering study. Credits: 1 to 4; Maximum of 8 credits May be repeated for credit with change of content.

Classified as an undergraduate course

 

EMA4913

Research In Materials Science And Engineering 1 (2 credits)

Short research problems in materials science and engineering, usually including a final thesis.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Sections

Number Website
DEPT http://mecholsky.mse.ufl.edu/EMA4913-14/EMA4913Outline.html

 

EMA4914

Research In Materials Science And Engineering 2 (2 credits)

Continuation of EMA 4913.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Sections

Number Website
DEPT http://mecholsky.mse.ufl.edu/EMA4913-14/EMA4913Outline.html

 

EMA4915

Integrated Product And Process Design Program 1 (3 credits)

The first part of a two-course sequence in which multidisciplinary teams of engineering and business students partner with industry sponsors to design and build authentic products and processes – on time and within budget. Working closely with industry liaison engineers and a faculty coach, students gain practical experience in teamwork and communication, problem solving and engineering design, and develop leadership, management and people skills.

Classified as an undergraduate course

 

EMA4916

Integrated Product And Process Design Program 2 (3 credits)

Second part of EMA 4915-4916 sequence.

Classified as an undergraduate course

 

EMA4935

Special Topics

Laboratory, lectures or conferences covering specially selected topics in materials science and engineering. May be repeated with change of content. Credits: 1 to 3; Maximum of 8 credits.

Classified as an undergraduate course

Sections

Number Website
DEPT1
DEPT2 https://lss.at.ufl.edu/

 

EMA4949

Co-Op Work Experience

Practical engineering work under industrial supervision, as set forth in the College of Engineering Regulations. Credits: 1; one term industrial employment, including extra work according to a pre-approved outline.

Classified as an undergraduate course