Master of Science in Chemical Engineering

The Department of Chemical Engineering offers the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering (MSChE) program. This degree requires 24 credit hours of course work, 6 credit hours of thesis work, a written thesis, and an oral defense. Students must maintain an overall 'B' average in course work and pass the Proficiency in Expository Writing examination. The program offers advanced coursework in chemical reaction engineering, thermodynamics, transport phenomena and applied mathematics for chemical engineers. Research interests of the faculty include hazardous waste remediation, biopolymers, biochemical engineering, biomedical engineering, environmental engineering, computational modeling and food processing, and nanotechnology. Graduate students work closely with faculty to design a research program suitable to their talents and interests.

See Graduate Handbook for more information.

News

Thomas Brings Home a Win from 2018 Annual AIChE Meeting

Mon, December 10, 2018

Chemical Engineering Junior Jamaka Thomas won second place in the Food, Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology category at the 2018 Annual AIChE Meeting for her research submission titled: “Enrichment of Oat Protein by Means of Gravity and Electrostatic Forces.” Thomas co-authored her submission with Chemical Engineering Graduate Student Dinara Konakbayeva.Read More >>

Assistant Professor Patrick Ymele-Leki Mentors Postdoctoral Researcher and 2018 Research Week Winner

Fri, April 20, 2018

Chemical Engineering postdoctoral researcher Jyothirmai Simhadri was announced as the Post Doc/Resident/Fellow/Research Associate winner in the Physical Sciences and Engineering category for her research submission titled: "Development of Shewanella Oneidensis MR-1 Biofilms for Iodate Reduction in Groundwater". Read More >>

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