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Institution Name The University of New Mexico
Program Name Nanoscience and Microsystems Engineering
Degree Type Ph.D.
Short Name The U of New Mexico-367
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Address 1 The University of New Mexico Nanoscience and Microsystems Engineering Program MSC01 1141 1 University of New Mexico
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City albuquerque
State New Mexico
Zip/Postal Code 87131
Country United States
Program Location: New Mexico
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What is your application deadline for the upcoming academic year? January 15, 2021
Is your program participating in PharmGrad? No
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Application Fee: $50-70
Application Deadline Description: Fall (Priority): January 15th
Fall (Final): March 1st (International), July 15th (Domestic)
Spring (Priority): July 15th
Spring (Final): August 1st (International), November 10th (Domestic)
Summer: January 1st (International), April 29th (Domestic)
Program Description Nanoscience and nanotechnology have been referred to as the Industrial Revolution of the 21st century. Nanoscience refers to the scientific phenomena that occur at sizes around a nanometer, which is one billionth of a meter. An example of scale is the walls of cells, which are five nanometers thick. Demand for graduates in nanotechnology has been increasing steadily, but currently, only a few universities offer degree programs. UNM's interdisciplinary Nanoscience and Microsystems Engineering degree program is offered jointly by the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Engineering, evolving from the traditional disciplines of solid state physics, chemistry, biology, materials science and engineering. More than 70 faculty in nine academic departments worked together to develop the Nanoscience and Microsystems degree program. This program is a great example of how our faculty's leading-edge research benefits graduate as well as undergraduate students in a formal curriculum.
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Is your institution public or private? Public
Is your program accepting applications for this program? Yes
Program Start Term: Fall, Spring, Summer
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Credits Required for Degree: 48
Required Rotations: Not Required
Seminars: Not Required
College-based Qualifying/Comprehensive Exam: Required
Other Qualifying Exams or Certifications: Required
Thesis/Dissertation: Required
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Delivery Method On Campus
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Area(s) of Study: Nanoscience
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Last academic year-number of accepted students for your program: 0
United States 0
International 0
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Last 5 academic years-estimated average years of study to graduation: 6
Is the GRE required? Yes
Is a GRE Subject Test Required or Recommended? Not Required or Recommended
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Are any of the following tests required for international applicants? TOEFL or IELTS
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Are letters of recommendations required by your program? Yes
If yes, how many letters of recommendation are required? 3
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Enter any additional information regarding application or admission requirements: The letter of intent should briefly describe your experience and
objectives in undertaking graduate study in Nanoscience &
Microsystems Engineering and be submitted through the online

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I would like to mark this section as done. Yes
Percentage of students receiving financial support: 0
Type of financial support available: Research Assistantship, Teaching Assistantship, Department or University Scholarship
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Is your institution participating in the PharmGrad-facilitated Criminal Background Check (CBC) Service? We are not a participating PharmGrad program
Is your institution participating in the PharmGrad-facilitated Drug Screening Service? We are not a participating PharmGrad program
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