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Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Chemical Engineering

Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Chemical Engineering

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Coursework requirements for the Master of Engineering degree are 30 credits of graduate or nonmajor graduate credit coursework. A minimum of 20 credits must be ChE graduate level coursework, of which at least two courses must be chosen from ChE 545, 554, 583, and 587. Up to 6 credits can be a creative component (ChE 599). Application of any ChE 599 credits toward the POS requirements necessitates forming a POS Committee, normally with the faculty member supervising the ChE 599 credits serving as major professor. If no ChE 599 credits are applied then the CBE co-Director of Graduate Education serves as the student?s adviser and approves the POS. Students without an undergraduate degree in chemical engineering must meet the same additional requirements specified for the Master of Science degree. For students choosing to do a creative component, a Program of Study Committee will evaluate the outcome in a final oral exam. The committee will consist of the major professor and two additional faculty members. One of the additional faculty members must be from the CBE department. Area(s) of Emphasis includes Biochemical Engineering, Bioinformatics, Biomedical Engineering, Biorenewables, Polymeric Materials, Nanotechnology, Tissue and Metabolic Engineering, Interfacial Chemistry and Catalysis, Chemical Reaction Engineering, Electrochemical Engineering, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Statistical Process Control.