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CME 260. Properties of Materials. 3 hours.

Introduction to the relationships between composition and microstructure; correlation with physical and mechanical behavior of metals, ceramics, and polymers. Manufacturing methods. Service performance. Materials selection. Course Information: Credit is not given for CME 260 if the student has credit for CME 261. Prerequisite(s): CHEM 112 and MATH 181 and PHYS 141.

BS in Computer Engineering

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...for the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam: CME 203 , CME 260 , or ME 211 . Sample Course...

BS in Electrical Engineering

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...for the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam: CME 203 , CME 260 , or ME 211 . Sample Course...

BS in Engineering Physics

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...to take CME 201 and one of the following courses: CME 203 , CME 260 , or...