Current areas of graduate research emphasize atmospheric aerosols, biomolecular engineering, biosensors, chemical therapies for neurodegenerative diseases, colloidal science, electrochemistry, advanced materials, engineering education, fuel cells, inorganic membranes, process design and operations, protein synthesis, transport phenomena in living systems and water purification.
Chemical Engineering, M.S.
The Master of Science program is designed to bridge the gap between knowledge of engineering sciences and creative engineering practice while at the same time increasing the depth and breadth of knowledge in selected areas of emphasis.
Chemical Engineering, Ph.D.
The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in chemical engineering requires completion of 84 credit hours. These hours include core/elective course work, research/dissertation and seminar credits.
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