On an average day in the U.S., we consume 9 million barrels of gasoline, 4 million barrels of diesel, 63,000 tons of fertilizer, 350,000 tons of paper and 74,000 tons of plastics. Chemical engineers play a crucial role in the production of these high-demand products.
In this program, you will study and analyze the fundamentals of industrial chemical processes that transform raw materials into useful products. You will learn how to apply this knowledge to create and optimize chemical processes and products that are efficient, high-quality, environmentally safe, and improve society.
The program offers special opportunities to design and conduct experiments using modern lab equipment for chemical spectroscopy and separations, surface science and analysis, advanced battery fabrication and testing, nuclear fuel cycle studies. You will also apply your new skills to design and build a small chemically powered car, compete in national competitions, and solve practical industry problems.
Discover the versatility of chemical engineering and learn the research methods and investigative procedures that are required for your future career in industrial or research environments. Work alongside faculty members with diverse expertise and learn in state-of-the-art facilities and laboratory equipment like the atomic force microscope (AFM) system.
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.
Many of the challenges facing the world today have a significant chemical engineering component. Chemical engineers work to reduce pollution and energy consumption during manufacturing processes, manage hazardous waste, find ways to produce renewable energy, and much more.
In this program, you will learn the research methods and investigative procedures that are required for a career in industrial or research environments. You will work alongside faculty members with expertise in diverse areas like chemical reaction engineering, process design for pulp and paper industries; hazardous waste and bioremediation, Nano science, and mass transfer research.
The program features state-of-the art facilities and laboratory equipment, including the atomic force microscope (AFM) system, scanning Raman spectroscopy and gas chromatographs.