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About The Coursework

The curriculum for each of the IGERT PhD programs includes three electives which may be chosen from outside the primary program or discipline. The elective courses, listed in the Table below are offered at least biennially and are appropriate for students with an undergraduate degree in one of the relevant disciplines, coupled with some common background preparation described above. IGERT students will be advised to choose advanced courses which best relate to their interdisciplinary dissertation project. All three electives must be chosen from the list and at least two must come from an alternate discipline.

 

 

Currently Available Advanced Interdisciplinary PhD Courses

 

Materials Chemistry

 (USD)

 

Electrical Engineering

(SDSU)

 

Materials Engineering and Science

(SDSM&T)

 

Nanoscience and Nanoengineering

(SDSM&T)

 

Synthesis and Characterization of Nanostructured Materials

 

Applications of Nanostructured Materials

 

Solid State Chemistry or Solid State Physics

 

Luminescence Spectroscopy of Materials

 

Electrochemistry

 

Polymer Chemistry

 

Science & Ethics

 

Photovoltaics

 

Advanced PhotovoltaicsĀ 

 

Advanced Electronic Materials

 

Electric Properties of Materials

 

Organic Photovoltaics

 

Interfacial Phenomena

 

Oxidation and Corrosion of Metals

 

Polymer Chemistry

 

Fundamentals of Materials Engineering

 

Condensed Matter Physics

 

Chemistry of Materials

 

Printed Electronics: Materials & Processes

 

 

Nanomaterials for Photovoltaics

 

Nanophotonics

 

Nanophotonic Materials

 

Nanomaterials

 

Theory and Application of Nanomaterials

 

Characterization of Nanomaterials

 

 

IGERT Interdisciplinary Courses Offered on the Access Grid
(click on class name to link to course number and description)


Fall 2011
Photovoltaics
Organic Electronics

Spring 2012
Nanomaterials for Photovoltaics(Special Topics)

Fall 2012
Luminescence Spectroscopy of Materials

Organic Photovoltaics

Spring 2013
Advanced Photovoltaics
Printed Electronics: Materials and Processes

Fall 2013
Theory & Applications of Nanomaterials (SDSM&T-NANO-702, USD-CHEM-718, SDSU-EE-702)
Photovoltaics
(SDSM&T-NANO-636, MES-636, SDSU-EE-636, USD-CHEM-719)

Spring 2014

Printed Electronics: Materials and Processes
(SDSM&T-Nano 716, MES 716; USD-Chem 716; SDSU-EE 716)

Fall 2014

Organic Photovoltaics (SDSM&T MES 737, SDSU EE 737, USD CHEM 737)

Spring 2015
Printed Electronics: Materials and Processes
(SDSM&T-Nano 716, MES 716; USD-Chem 716; SDSU-EE 716)

 

Fall 2015

 Luminescence Spectroscopy of Materials (SDSM&T MES 723, SDSU EE 723, USD CHEM 723)
Photovoltaics (SDSM&T MES/NANO 735, SDSU EE 735, USD CHEM 735)
Organic Photovoltaics (SDSM&T MES 737, SDSU EE 737, USD CHEM 737)