Master of Science Programs
The Department of Chemical Engineering offers a:
- Master of Science in Chemical Engineering
- Master of Science in Energy Engineering
- Combined B.S./M.S.
- Graduate Certificate Program
Link to additional information on each program and via the graduate catalog.
Master of Science in Chemical Engineering
The master of science in chemical engineering program allows graduate students to study the fundamental applications of chemical engineering principles at an advanced level.
Master of Science in Energy Engineering
The program in energy engineering is designed to prepare students to perform state-of-the-art work on energy systems. Options tracks in solar energy (through the Department of Mechanical Engineering) and nuclear engineering are available.
Combined B.S./M.S. Program
To encourage outstanding undergraduate students to continue their studies toward an advanced degree, the College of Engineering and the Graduate School offer a program of accelerated study leading to the dual degrees of a bachelor of science in engineering and a master of science in engineering.
These courses are geared towards either recent bachelor's degree graduates or professionals who want to explore an engineering specialty without making the commitment of a full-fledged graduate program. Graduate certificates can be earned in:
- Biotechnology and Bioprocessing
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Modeling, Simulation and Control of Systems and Processes