Master of Engineering

The Master of Engineering degree is a non-thesis, 36-semester-hour program designed to suit the needs of the practicing engineer in one of the engineering disciplines in the College.

Degree Requirements

  1. All College of Graduate Studies general degree requirements
  2. A minimum of 9 semester hours of core courses (ENGR 5331, ENGR 5332 and ENGR 5333 or those approved by Senior Academic Advisor of Engineering Graduate Programs)
  3. A minimum of 27 semester hours (nine courses) of electives. Other courses approved by department graduate advisor may satisfy part of this requirement
  4. Satisfactory completion of a final comprehensive examination

Earn a degree that matches your interests!

The Dan F. Smith Department of Chemical Engineering offers graduate courses in two different fields to personalize your degree:

Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering
Chemical Process Systems Engineering

Why Pursue a Master of Engineering Degree in Chemical Engineering?

With a Master of Engineering degree, you will deepen your knowledge about various aspects of chemical engineering beyond that which you learned as an undergraduate. You will have the opportunity to conduct research and contribute something new to the field by doing experiments to prove or disprove a point and taking part in research publications.

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