Chair: R. Dickinson.
Graduate Coordinator: A. Chauhan.
Complete faculty listing by department: Follow this link.
The Ph.D., M.E., and M.S. degrees in chemical engineering require course work in three core areas:
- The chemical engineering basis area, consisting of three core courses in the mathematical, the molecular, and the continuum bases of chemical engineering
- The chemical engineering science and systems area, consisting of a selection of courses in such areas as transport phenomena, electrochemical engineering, thermodynamics, kinetics, reaction engineering, process control, separation processes, and heat and mass transfer
- The research specialty area, consisting of courses designed to build depth in a field of specialization. Courses may be from other academic units, or may be chemical engineering courses such as colloid science, corrosion, polymer science, advanced materials, and biochemical engineering.