Materials Science and Engineering (Course 3)

Summer Session Representative 
Angelita Mireles
Room 6-107

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)
3-0-9 units
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