At Lock Haven University nanotechnology can be incorporated intoANYSCIENCE MAJOR (STEM)and therefore is accessible to all science students. This unique innovative program at LHU is partly supported by grants from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development and the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Lock Haven Universitys Nanotechnology Program is embedded into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). You are prepared for a wide range of post-graduate options, from masters programs to career choices. Because the Nanotechnology Program at LHU is interdisciplinary, you have endless possibilities.
If you wish to achieve a degree in Nanotechnology, you have several options. There are currently two bachelors degree options in Nano; one in Physics (Applied Physics/Nanotechnology) and one in Chemistry (Nanoscience). Your career and research interests will help you decide which discipline is best for you. We are currently revising both our Associates (AAS) and Minor in Nanotechnology.
Nanotechnology is an interdisciplinary field. So you can take Nano courses if you are a student in an STEM field. Having an interdisciplinary-type of degree opens a multitude of doors for you. Typically, nearly 50% of our students are placed in graduate programs (M.S. and Ph.D.), most fully supported financially. Others enter the working world where job projections are in the millions.
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