Master of Science in Chemical Engineering
The objective of this degree program is to enable the student to build a strong foundation in multiple areas of chemical engineering and to specialize in one area via research and thesis. Candidates are required to take a total of 32 credit hours: 12 credit hours of which must be for the chemical engineering core courses, and six to eight credit hours must be in research and thesis work. Elective courses are to be determined in consultation with an academic adviser.
|CHE 525||Chemical Reaction Engineering||3|
|CHE 535||Applications of Mathematics to Chemical Engineering||3|
|CHE 551||Advanced Transport Phenomena||3|
|CHE 553||Advanced Thermodynamics||3|
|CHE 591||Research and Thesis for M.S. Degree||6-8|
|Select 12 to 14 credit hours||12-14|
Minimum degree credits required: 32
A minimum grade point average of 3.0/4.0 is required for core courses. Aside from the core courses, coursework may be selected (with adviser approval) to satisfy the needs of the individual student and may be aligned with the research areas listed in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering section of this bulletin.
A thesis may be completed outside the department only by special arrangement with the department chair. The successful M.S. degree candidate will complete a thesis based on research as well as an oral defense of the thesis, under the direction of the thesis examining committee.