Useful courses for graduate students in broadly defined computational materials science

MSE 560 “Introduction to Atomistic Modeling”
Next time to be offered: likely Fall 2015 (typically offered every Fall; check with Prof. Dane Morgan from Mat. Science & Eng)

MSE 760 “Molecular Dynamics and Monte Carlo Simulations in Materials Science”
Next time to be offered: Spring 2016 (typically every other Spring; check with Prof. Izabela Szlufarska from Mat. Science & Eng)

ECE 745 “Solid State Electronics”
Next time to be offered: Fall 2015

ECE 845 “Transport in Semiconductor Devices”
Next time to be offered: Check with the course catalogue or with instructor

ECE 904 “Special Topics: Quantum Transport Theory”
Next time to be offered: Check with Prof. Irena Knezevic in ECE

CHEM 664 “Physical Chemistry of Macromolecules”
Next time to be offered: Spring 2015 (Typically offered every other Spring)

CHEM 763 “Condensed Phase Spectroscopy”
Next time to be offered: Check with the course catalogue or with instructor

CHEM 775 “Electronic Structure of Molecules”
Next time to be offered: Fall 2016 (typically offered every other Fall)

CHEM 661 “Statistical Mechanics”
Next time to be offered: Fall 2015 (offered every Fall semester)

CHEM 864 “Advanced Statistical Mechanics”
Next time to be offered: Spring 2016

PHYS 715 “Statistical Mechanics”
Next time to be offered: Check with the course catalogue or with instructor

CHEM 860 “Special Topics – Molecular Simulations in Chemistry”
Next time to be offered: Spring 2015 (typically every other Spring; contact Prof. Edwin Sibert from Chemistry)

CBE 562 “Molecular Modeling of Heterogeneous Catalysis”
Next time to be offered: Spring 2015

CBE 710 “Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics”
Next time to be offered: Fall 2015 (typically offered every Fall)

MATH/BIOCHEM 606 “Mathematical Methods for Structural Biology”
Next time to be offered: Fall 2016 (typically every other Fall)

ME 759 “High Performance Computing for Engineering Applications”
Next time to be offered: Fall 2015 (Check with Prof. Dan Negrut from Mech. Eng)

EMA 405 “Practicum in Finite Elements”
Next time to be offered: Spring 2015 (Offered every Spring and every Fall. It is an undergraduate course, but attracts a large number of graduate students from different departments)

EMA 605 ”Introduction to Finite Elements”
Next time to be offered: Fall 2015 (typically offered every Fall)

EMA 705 “Advanced Topics in Finite Elements”
Next time to be offered: Spring 2016 (typically offered every other Spring).