The Master of Science in Chemical Engineering, and the Doctor of Philosophy degrees are offered by the Department.
Within the chemical engineering curriculum, the student may specialize in transport phenomena, kinetics and catalysis, reactor engineering, control, thermodynamics and phase behavior, solids processing, petroleum reservoir engineering, bioengineering, polymer, multiphase processes, surface phenomena, coal and environmental processes.
Department laboratory facilities include a multiphase laboratory, catalysis laboratory, solids processing laboratory, thermodynamics laboratory, and bioengineering laboratory. Special equipment includes a solid state NMR, image analysis, thermal analysis, high-pressure equilibrium view cells, DNA sequencing apparatus, specialized rheometers, gas chromatography, and mass and atomic adsorption spectrometers.
Select a graduate degree program below to learn more about requirements and courses: