M.S. Chemical Engineering
The Future of Energy
Prepare for your future working to reduce pollution and energy consumption in manufacturing, managing hazardous waste and more in a program that teaches the research methods and investigative procedures required for this field. Work alongside faculty members with diverse expertise and experience state-of-the-art facilities and laboratory equipment, including the atomic force microscope (AFM) system.
Areas of Emphasis
- Nuclear materials, fuels, and systems
- Energy storage and conversion materials and systems
- Process control, neural networks, and autonomous vehicles
- Biochemical/biomedical materials, devices, and processes
- Biomaterials-tissue/cell engineering
- Environmental bioremediation
- Colloids, interfaces and complex systems
- No. 1 Best Value Public University in the West – ranked by U.S. News and World Report. We’re also the only public university in Idaho to be ranked best value by Forbes, Money, and The Princeton Review.
- 91% Graduate with Jobs or are enrolled in graduate education or military service – Career Outcomes Survey
- Highest Salary Earnings for early- and mid-career undergraduate degree recipients than any other public university in Idaho – Payscale
- Personalized Attention from nationally and internationally recognized faculty and staff through small class sizes, 1-on-1 interaction, mentorship, advising and research collaboration. All faculty hold Ph.D.s in their field.
- International Competition Teams - Chemical engineering student teams frequently place top three in international design competitions.
- $2.6 Million in DOE Nuclear Funding - Awarded from the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Nuclear Energy University Program (NEUP) for projects aimed at making nuclear reactors safer and capable of producing synthetic fuels and other beneficial byproducts. Partners include the Idaho National Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, and the Missouri University of Science and Technology.