Materials engineering combined with machine learning is a novel emerging field that combines materials modeling, simulations and machine learning together into a new paradigm for materials discovery and cybermanufacturing.
Students with a Bachelor of Science in Materials Science, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil or Environmental Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Physics, and Chemistry, as well as in industry employees who plan to apply machine learning to their research and development, are ideal candidates for the program.
The Mork Family Department of Chemical Engineering & Materials Science also offers the following degree concentrations:
- MS in Chemical Engineering
- MS in Materials Engineering
- MS in Materials Science (On-campus Only)
- MS in Petroleum Engineering (PTE)
- MS in PTE-Geoscience Technologies
- MS in PTE-Digital Oilfield Technologies
- MS in Petroleum Engineering/Engineering Management (dual degree)
- Graduate Certificate in PTE-Digital Oilfield Technologies
- Graduate Certificate in PTE-Unconventional Resources
For a complete list of graduate programs offered online in the USC Viterbi School of Engineering, please visit the DEN@Viterbi Program Offerings.
A variety of career opportunities exist, but primarily in the areas of:
- Tissue Engineering
- Oil and Gas
- Public Health Agencies
- Project Delivery
- Process Control
- Environmental Agencies
Earn your Master of Science in Materials Engineering (Machine Learning) online via DEN@Viterbi. Request information today.
Same Faculty. Same Program. Same Degree.
DEN@Viterbi strives to meet the needs of engineering professionals, providing the opportunity to advance your education while maintaining your career and other commitments. By breaking down geographical and scheduling barriers, DEN@Viterbi allows you to take your classes anytime and anywhere.
DEN@Viterbi students undergo the same academic requirements, curriculum, and must adhere to the same academic standards as on-campus students; therefore, your diploma is ultimately issued by the University of Southern California. There is no difference between remote students and on-campus students.