Curriculum

Contact Information

Program

Name: Brian George
Position: Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Engineering Programs
Telephone: 215-951-2782

Program

Telephone: 215-951-2800

The M.S. in Textile Technology program is intended to develop graduate students’ knowledge in the advanced fields of textile science, technology, and engineering.

The program offers a wide range of technical textile courses that prepare students to make significant contributions in advanced manufacturing technology and textile materials technology. The carefully integrated educational offerings at the University enable the student to be exposed to a wide range of professional education possibilities. A capstone thesis experience is required at the completion of program.

 

  • TEXT 603 Integrated Engineering Product Development – Advanced Studies (3)
  • TEXT 601 Fibers & Yarns (3)
  • TEXT 602 Textile Sustainability (3)
  • TEXT 613 Characterization of Fibrous Materials (3)
  • TEXT 624 Textile Composites (3)
  • TEXT 625 Biomaterials Technology (3)
  • TEXT 713 Coloration & Finishing Studies (3)
  • TEXT 751 Advanced Woven Structures (3)
  • TEXT 752 Advanced Knitted Structures (3)
  • TEXT 753 Advanced Nonwovens Structures (3)
  • TEXT 754 Industrial Textiles (3)
  • TEXT 755 Advanced Yarn Studies (3)
  • TEXT 759 Product Evaluation (3)
  • TEXT 762 Textile & Apparel Operations Management (3)
  • TEXT 783 Advanced Chemistry of Fibrous Materials (3)
  • TEXT 790 Quality Management (3)
  • TEXT 791 Internship (0.5-3)
  • TEXT 797 Selected Topics (3)
  • TEXT 798 Independent Study (3)
  • Thesis (6 credits)