Welcome back for 2022-23

MSE is poised for our biggest year yet, extending on an unprecedented 11 point jump in our national program ranking last year, record research funding (>$50M in current grants), faculty and students in key leadership roles across the campus (including the University President!), major awards like our student-led NASA Big Idea Challenge team, and many others. And best of all, we are moving into the newest building on campus by January (Science One). There’s never been a better time to engage with our students, faculty, and staff.

-Bryan Huey, MSE Department Head

Why Study Materials Science and Engineering?

Materials Science is present in nearly every field of engineering, and in every aspect of your modern world. The demand for newer, stronger, cheaper, lighter, more functional and more sustainable materials is inherent in all types of industries. Materials science and engineering majors develop the materials that make the technologies we use in our everyday lives better. READ MORE.


Administrative Program Support

General Inquiries, Academic Services, Admissions, Travel
Sarah Moore
Email: sarah.e.moore@uconn.edu
Phone: 860-486-4620
Normal Office Hours: 8:00am-3:30pm
Mon., Tue., Thu., Fr. onsite and telecommuting Wed.

Financial Services, Payroll, Purchasing, Visas
Lorri Lafontaine
Email: lorri.lafontaine@uconn.edu
Phone: 860-486-4621
Normal Office Hours: 8:00am-3:30pm
Mon., Tue., Wed., Fr. onsite and telecommuting Thu.

Department Head
Bryan Huey
Email: bhuey-MSEhead@uconn.edu
Phone: 860-486-3284

 


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Quick Facts

MSE Among Top 25 Public Programs 

Degrees Offered
B.S. (ABET accredited)
M.S., MEng.,Ph.D.

Faculty
21 Full-time Professors and Professors-in-Residence
10 Additional Faculty in Graduate Program
11 Teaching, Research, and Adjunct Faculty

Students
141 Undergraduate Students

  99 Graduate Students