Master's Program

Master of Science in Chemical Engineering - Thesis

Course Title Credits
CHE 8011 Chemical Engineering Seminar 1
Chemical Engineering Core
CHE 8113 Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (Fall) 3
CHE 8123 Chemical Kinetics and Dynamics (Spring) 3
CHE 8223 Advanced Process Computations (Fall) 3
CHE 8523 Advanced Transport Phenomena (Spring) 3
Mathematics/Statistics at the 6000/8000-level 6
Technical electives at the 6000/8000 level* 6
CHE 8000 Thesis Research/Thesis in Chemical Engineering 6
Total Hours: 31

*Technical electives are chosen in conjunction with the research advisor.

Master of Science in Chemical Engineering - Non-Thesis

Course Title Credits
CHE 8011 Chemical Engineering Seminar 1
Chemical Engineering Core
CHE 8113 Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (Fall) 3
CHE 8123 Chemical Kinetics and Dynamics (Spring) 3
CHE 8223 Advanced Process Computations (Fall) 3
CHE 8523 Advanced Transport Phenomena (Spring) 3
Mathematics/Statistics at the 6000/8000-level 6
Technical electives at the 6000/8000 level* 6
Additional graduate-level coursework 6
Total Hours: 31

*Technical electives are chosen in conjunction with the research advisor.

Completion Requirements for M.S. Students

All M.S. thesis students must prepare and successfully defend his/her thesis before a committee composed of faculty members of the University. All M.S. thesis students will be required to prepare and submit a manuscript for publication as first author. This must occur prior to the thesis defense. All non-thesis MS students must satisfactorily complete a comprehensive examination.