MicroEP Reconfigured to Materials Science & Engineering

By approval of the faculty, administration, and board of trustees of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, in Fall 2019 and by the Arkansas Board of Higher Education in Spring 2020, the Microelectronics-Photonics graduate program has been reconfigured to the Materials Science & Engineering graduate program effective Fall 2020. Please visit the new website at msen.uark.edu/.

What is MicroEP?

Microelectronics-Photonics is the study of micro to nano scale materials, processes, and devices for applications including: electronic circuits and components; sensors (electromechanical, physical, chemical and biological sensors); and light generation, detection, emission, and manipulation. This research space between traditional departmental-based programs is where science and engineering converge.