The Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering offers programs leading to a degree of Master of Science in Chemical Engineering. The programs of study are designed to provide knowledge of modern engineering concepts and practices, to prepare the graduate for the practice of engineering at a higher level of proficiency than attainable with a bachelor's degree, and to prepare the graduate for further study towards the doctoral degree.
Requirements for a Degree
Thesis Option: 30 credit hours
Project Option: 30 credit hours
Course Option: 33 credit hours
See "Program Curriculum" on the right for a listing of courses required for each degree option.