For the August-2014 semester, here are the guidelines for choosing your courses.
The ME students must take 32 credits in two semesters. The break up is as follows: Core (8 credits), Soft Core (9 credits from a list of courses)
and Electives (15 credits, of which 9 credits must be from Materials courses). The courses in the August-2014 semester are broken up into these categories as follows:
- MT 202 (3:0)Thermodynamics and Kinetics
- MT 241 (3:0) Structure and Characterization of Materials
- Soft Core
- MT 203 (3:0) Materials Design and Selection
- MT 209 (3:0) Defects in Materials
- MT 245 (3:0) Transport Processes in Process Metallurgy
- MT 253 (3:0) Mechanical Behaviour of Materials
- MT 260 (3:0) Polymer Science and Engineering I
- MT 271 (3:0) Biomaterials Science and Engineering
- MT 218 (2:1) Modelling and Simulations in Materials Engineering<
- MT 235 (3:0) Corrosion Technology
Note: For students without a background in materials engineering and allied fields. MT 250 (3:0) is an additional (hard) core course.
PhD and MSc(Engg) students:
You choose your courses after consulting your thesis adviser.
In addition, if you do not have a BE or BTech degree in metallurgy, you must register for MT 250 (3:0) – Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering. However, it will not count towards your RTP, the Research Training Programme.