Graduate students in the Department can pursue a Master of Science
(MS) degree in Chemical Engineering, Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) in
Systems Engineering, or Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Biomedical
Engineering. These programs blends scholarship and research with
advanced coursework to provide excellent training for students to
pursue careers in industry. More information about these programs may
be obtained by clicking on the appropriate link on the left.
Graduate application forms can be obtained by clicking on the "Application Form" link on the left or by contacting the Department. Research interests span a variety of areas including Thermodynamics, Ionic Liquids, Reaction Engineering, Process Simulation and Control, Fuel Cell Systems, and Biomedical Device Development.
There are a large number of local chemical and manufacturing industries such as Chevron, Evonik, Mitsubishi, AkzoNobel, BASF, UOP, BP, and US Steel that provide employment opportunities to our graduates.