NNO 2500

Nanotechnology Internship

3 Credits

Prerequisite: CHE 1000 or CHE 1510 and MSE 1100; any three of the four applications classes: NNO-1100, NNO-1200, NNO-2200, or NNO-2300; and COM-1290 or COM-1600; or consent of instructor

This course provides students with practical training in the field of nanotechnology and materials science. The student will be employed in a supervised situation for a minimum of 135 field-hours per semester under the guidance of a faculty coordinator. During this co-op internship period, the student will identify technical problems and describe solutions through written reports and oral communications.