This two-year Master’s degree program is taught in English and is devoted to the study of micro- and nano-scale phenomena, materials and devices. It gives students solid foundation in three core areas: nanomaterial fabrication and characterization; physical properties; and devices. The students will also understand the potential for the technology commercialization and its social impact.
The program includes compulsory foundational courses along with elective courses focusing on specific materials and devices. The list of the main thematic areas included in the program is as follows:
- Nanoscale science and Fundamental concepts in nanotechnology
- Modeling and simulation
- Nanofabrication and Structural characterization
- Magnetic nanosystems and nanoparticles
- Materials and devices in spintronics
- Semiconductor device physics and technology
- Technology of carbon nanomaterials
- Embedded systems and software engineering
- Micro and nano sensor technology
Below on this page you’ll find information about:
- Learning Outcomes
- Degree Requirements
- Required Courses
- Elective Courses
- Degree Requirements at a Glance
- Partner Universities
To be admitted as a regular graduate student to a two-year Master’s program at NUST “MISIS”, an applicant must have earned a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent.
To graduate from the program, you must successfully complete 120 credit hours, including 74 credits from required and elective courses, 16 credits from research work, and 30 credits from the final examination and the thesis defense. Students will be enrolled for 30 credits per term. For a semester-by-semester breakdown of the course plan and course descriptions, please see full curriculum.
Upon completion of the degree requirements, the graduate will receive a Russian State Diploma and a European Diploma Supplement.
Degree Requirements at a Glance
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- University of Plymouth, UK
- University of Manchester, UK
- Zhejiang University, China
For support in registration, accommodations, or any questions about the admissions process, please contact Tim Schmidt in the International Master’s Programs Admissions Office:
119049, Russia, Moscow, Leninsky Prospect, 6, office G-366
007 499 230 27 97
For detailed information on the education program, please contact the head of the program, Prof. Larisa Panina: