The Department of Chemical Engineering offers curricula leading to BS, MS, MChE and PhD degrees with emphasis on unsolved problems that demand research and ingenuity. The BS degree in Chemical Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET (http://www.abet.org). Chemical Engineering is a broad discipline, training individuals to use chemistry, biology, physics, mathematics and engineering for the advancement of mankind and solution of societal problems through technological innovation.
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| Enrolled Fall 2013
| Degrees Awarded AY 2012-2013
The Department of Chemical Engineering is currently composed of 9 full time faculty members. Undergraduate students number approximately 120, and graduate students number about 25. The department has excellent undergraduate laboratories and computer facilities, and a wealth of equipment for graduate research exists both within the department and in collaboration with other programs on campus. More information in each of these areas is available on our website. Thanks for visiting!