The Chemical Engineering Department offers graduate degrees leading to M.S. and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering and Engineering Science. The professional non-thesis degree, Master of Engineering, is also available. The Chemical Engineering faculty research and development interests, covers broad range of areas in Reacting systems, Thermodynamics, Transport Phenomena, Systems Engineering and Characterization, all fundamental as well as applied in Biomedical, Materials and Environmental domains.
Strong collaboration with the College of Medicine, as well as, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Industrial, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Departments makes the graduate programs in Chemical Engineering truly interdisciplinary. We welcome applicants with background in other engineering disciplines and sciences as well as outstanding chemical engineers to our graduate programs.
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