Center for Nanotechnology Education and Utilization

Welcome to the web page for our Center for Nanotechnology Education and Utilization Distance Courses.

The Office of Continuing & Distance Education in partnership with the CNEU has a team of individuals who are dedicated to providing quality courses, customer service and support for all students who are involved in Nanotechnology distance education courses. They have years of experience in dealing with the corporate adult student and will be your PSU interface for everything from registration to computer account access to shipping your course materials.


The table below shows the most recent schedule of current and future course offerings. Detailed information on each course can be obtained by clicking on the link for each course.

A brief description of available courses is available at: http://www.cneu.psu.edu/edAcademicCap.html

Nanotechnolgy Program
Tentative Schedule of Distance Education Courses

 2017 Spring Summer
E SC 211
Material, Safety, and Equipment Overview for Nanotechnology
(3 cr) (Team)
E SC 211
Material, Safety, and Equipment Overview for Nanotechnology
(3 cr) (Team)
E SC 212
Basic Nanotechnology Processes
(3 cr) (Team)
E SC 212
Basic Nanotechnology Processes
(3 cr) (Team)
E SC 213
Materials in Nanotechnology
(3 cr) (Team)
E SC 213
Materials in Nanotechnology
(3 cr) (Team)
E SC 214
Patterning for Nanotechnology
(3 cr) (Team)
E SC 214
Patterning for Nanotechnology
(3 cr) (Team)
E SC 215
Nanotechnology Applications
(3 cr) (Team)
E SC 215
Nanotechnology Applications
(3 cr) (Team)
E SC 216
Characterization, Testing of Nanotechnology Structures and Materials
(3 cr) (Team)
E SC 216
Characterization, Testing of Nanotechnology Structures and Materials
(3 cr) (Team)

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For information regarding previously offered courses and program history, please see the Program Information page.

For more information regarding the Technical Requirements needed by students, please see the Course Delivery page.

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Nanotechnology DISTANCE EDUCATION

Distance education involves the linking of teacher(s) and student(s), through technology rather than face-to-face interaction. Distance education serves the educational needs of people who cannot come to a Penn State campus due to job, family, time, distance, economic, or other constraints.

Penn State’s first distance education courses, developed over one hundred years ago, used the U.S. mail to link students and teachers. Today, we employ various technologies, including: the Internet, interactive video conferencing, live or on-demand streaming media, fax, and e-mail to deliver and facilitate the interaction between learners and teachers. The tremendous technological advances in recent years in computing power, storage technology, and communication links have set the stage for marvelous advances in the quantity and quality of distance education. Penn State faculty and staff are working to bring you new and exciting learning opportunities through distance education.

 
 

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The Office for Digital Learning in the College of Engineering supports engineers in lifelong learning - the process of acquiring the skills and knowledge necessary to remain current in a chosen field. In today's rapidly-changing, knowledge-based economy, engineers must devote the time and effort to learn new skills and technologies in order to add value for their employers and clients and to remain personally marketable. 

Office for Digital Learning

College of Engineering

301-A Engineering Unit C

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802

Phone: 814-865-7643

E-mail: odl@engr.psu.edu