Chemical engineering is concerned with processes in which matter and energy undergo change. The range of concerns is so broad that the chemical engineering graduate is prepared for a variety of interesting and challenging employment opportunities. Chemical engineers with strong background in sciences are found in management, design, operations, and research. Chemical engineers are employed in almost all industries, including food, polymers, chemicals, pharmaceutical, petroleum, medical, materials, and electronics. Since solutions to energy, environmental, and food problems must surely involve chemical changes, there will be continued demands for chemical engineers in the future.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Chemical Engineering
This undergraduate chemical engineering program offers course in the following areas: thermodynamics; mass and energy balances; energy, mass, and momentum transfer; unit operations; process dynamics and control; process design; and chemical reaction engineering.
Master of Science in Chemical Engineering
This research oriented masters program is aimed at students looking to further their education and career within the chemical engineering landscape
Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Engineering
The PhD program in chemical engineering is focused on preparing students to become experts in the field, setting them up to become future leaders and educators.