Graduate degrees in MSE and WE


Prospective graduate students

Prospective MSE or WE graduate students
For those prospective students seeking a Master's and/or PhD in the fields of Materials Science and Engineering or Welding Engineering. Applicants must hold a Bachelor's degree or its equivalent prior to the proposed semester of admission. Includes details on application requirements & procedures, financial aid, degree requirements, and more. 

Online Learning

Learn more about the Online Learning MS in Welding Engineering
The Welding Engineering graduate program is proud to offer a 100% online Master of Science in Welding Engineering for students with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering or allied field who are seeking to expand their knowledge. Our online distance education program allows students from around the world to access our courses with no on-campus residency requirement. Additionally, these courses are billed at in-state rates regardless of the student's citizenship or location.

Newly admitted graduate students

Newly admitted MSE and WE graduate students
Includes instructions on how to prepare for arrival on campus, housing information, details on student health insurance, and other useful pre-arrival matters. 

Enrolled graduate students

Enrolled MSE and WE graduate students
For currently enrolled graduate students in the MSE and WE programs at Ohio State. Includes information on the three degree tracks within each program (MSE and WE), financial aid, courses, seminar schedule, graduation procedures, employment, BS/MS program, and more. 

The Graduate School

The OSU Graduate School
Provides information on programs and degrees, resources for grad students, and much more.


Please contact Mark Cooper, Graduate Studies Coordinator, should you have questions about our graduate programs in MSE and WE. Mark may be reached at: