The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering offers the following Bachelor Programs:
Biological Engineering (Certificate)
The Certificate in Biological Engineering provides an introduction to the field of biological engineering and its application in biological, biomedical, and environmental processes.
Biological Engineering (M.A.S.)
Learn to design and analyze biological systems to develop innovative and practical solutions in such areas as diabetes, tissue scaffolding, and biomimetic materials. Gain exposure to biology-based technologies within a growing discipline and collaborate on biochemical and biomedical engineering research.
Chemical Engineering (M.A.S.)
Students will gain in-depth knowledge of the newest and most important chemical engineering topics and learn to develop transformative solutions for pressing challenges in the field.
Chemical Engineering (M.S.)
Gain exposure to new technologies such as nanotechnologies and biotechnologies to help prepare you for careers in research or professional advancement. This program is also a solid foundation for students wishing to further pursue doctoral studies.
Chemical Engineering with E3 Specialization (M.A.S.)
This program provides students with advanced professional preparation in specialized areas of environmental engineering practice with applications in energy, environment, and economics.
Computer Science (M.S.)/Chemical Engineering (M.A.S.)
Take graduate-level courses in both computer science and chemical engineering to simultaneously earn master’s degrees in both disciplines. The program provides a strong engineering background that is required today in many areas of computer science.
Current Energy Issues (Certificate)
The Certificate in Current Energy Issues explores issues related to the establishment of sustainable energy systems including energy/environment/economics, renewable energy, batteries, and fuel cells.
Particle Processing (Certificate)
The Certificate in Particle Processing provides an introduction to the field of particle processing, specifically in fluidization and fluid-particle systems. Fundamentals of fluid-particle system design, computational multiphase approach to gas-particle systems, and advanced measurement techniques are presented.
Pharmaceutical Engineering (Certificate)
The Certificate in Pharmaceutical Engineering develops, expands, and refines skills to advance the technology of prescription drug development and manufacturing. Fundamentals of pharmaceutical engineering, drug delivery systems, and regulatory issues are presented.
Pharmaceutical Engineering (M.A.S.)
Gain the skills needed to become innovative pharmaceutical engineers and develop solutions for dynamic challenges facing the industry. Learn how to design new medicinal drugs, evaluate existing drugs, and improve upon pharmaceutical manufacturing processes with our highly specialized master’s program.
Polymer Science and Engineering (Certificate)
The Certificate in Polymer Science and Engineering introduces students to the fundamentals of polymerization and polymer synthesis, polymer kinetics, and polymer processing and characterizations.
Process Operations Management (Certificate)
The Certificate in Process Operations Management introduces methodology and tools to improve the technical management of process operations including process modeling, simulation, monitoring, control, and optimization.
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