Nanoengineering, and its underlying science and engineering skills, has now become embedded in academic and industrial sectors spanning the electronics industry, communications, sustainable and legacy energy, medical diagnostics and devices, micro electrical mechanical systems, and new materials for the automotive, aviation and manufacturing sectors.
The minor provides students with an understanding of both the structure and the application of nanomaterials and includes a range of electives connected to their core programs.
All undergraduate Engineering students are eligible to pursue the Nanoengineering Minor.
Students in the Nanoengineering Minor must successfully complete of a minimum of six (6) 1-semester courses including mandatory and elective courses. Of the four (4) electives you may choose, at least two must be from the Advanced category. In all cases, students must ensure they meet the requirements of their chosen Engineering degree program or Option.
Mandatory: MSE 219H1F: Structure and Characterization of Materials
- ECE 442H1F: Introduction to Micro- and Nano-Fabrication Technologies
- Departmental thesis or design course on nano topic
Select four electives from the following courses (at least two must be from the Advanced Level). Courses in italics are Engineering Science courses. Courses in italics are Engineering Science courses.
|Introductory Level||Advanced Level|
|BME 346H1S: Biomedical Engineering & Omics Technologies
ECE 330H1S: Quantum and Semiconductor PhysicsECE 335H1F: Introduction to Electronic DevicesECE 350H1S: Semiconductor Electronic Devices
PHY 358H1S: Atoms, Molecules & Solids
|BME 440H1S: Biomedical Engineering Technology & Investigation
CHE 475H1S: Biocomposites: Mechanics & Bioinspiration
CHE 562H1F: Applied Chemistry IV: Applied Polymer Chemistry, Science & Engineering
CHM 325H1: Introduction to Inorganic & Polymer Materials Chemistry
CHM 328H1: Modern Physical Chemistry
CHM 338H1: Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry
ECE 427H1F: Photonic Devices
FOR 424H1S: Innovation & Manufacturing of Sustainable Materials
MSE 430H1F: Electronic Materials
MSE 443H1S: Composite Material Engineering
MSE 438H1F: Computational Materials
MSE 459H1F: Synthesis of Nano Structured Materials
MSE 462H1S: Materials Physics II
MSE 451H1S: Advanced Physical Properties of Structural Nanomaterials
MSE 458H1S: Nanotechnology in Alternate Energy Systems
MIE 506H1S: MEMS Design & Microfabrication
MIE 517H1S: Fuel Cell Systems
PHY 427H1F/S: Advanced Physics Laboratory
PHY 450H1S: Relativistic Electrodynamics
PHY 452H1S: Statistical Mechanics
PHY 456H1F: Quantum Mechanics II
PHY 485H1F: Laser Physics
PHY 487H1F: Condensed Matter Physics
Thesis or Design Project with approval of the Director of the Minor