Materials Science and Engineering (Course 3)
Summer Session Representative
No regular classes are offered by the Department of Materials Science and Engineering during the summer term.
Current MIT students can take arranged-unit subjects such as UROP, Special Studies, Special Subjects, Research, Internship, Industrial Practice, Co-op, Independent Study, Thesis Preparation, or Thesis during the Summer Session by prior arrangement with a faculty member.
The following internship track and pre-thesis research subjects have subsidized tuition:
- 3.930 Internship Program
- 3.931 Internship Progam
- 3.932 Industrial Practice
See Tuition for details of the policy concerning these subjects.
3.371[J] Selection and Processing of Structural Materials
Same subject as 2.821[J]
Subject meets with 3.S171
Prereq: Permission of instructor
G (Fall, Spring, Summer; partial term)
Can be repeated for credit.
06/06/2016–07/22/2016, MTWThF 8:00 AM-10:00 AM, Room 4-145No final examination
Discusses selection design and processing for structural materials, including casting, forging, rolling, drawing, extrusion, powder consolidation, welding, brazing, soldering, wear, corrosion, non-destructive testing and fracture. Emphasizes the underlying science of a given process rather than a detailed description of the technique or equipment. Presented in modules; repeatable for credit one time with permission of instructor, provided three different modules are selected the second term.
Summer: T. Eager