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  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Graduate Bulletin

Russell School of Chemical Engineering


Chair
Geoffrey L. Price

Professors
Daniel W. Crunkleton                     
Francis Manning
Geoffrey L. Price
Kerry L. Sublette
Keith D. Wisecarver

Associate Professors
Laura P. Ford
Tyler W. Johannes

Assistant Professors
Maria Carreon
Hema Ramsurn

Graduate Program Advisor
Tyler W. Johannes

For more information about degree offerings by the faculty of chemical engineering, visit the Russell School of Chemical Engineering webpage.

The Russell School of Chemical Engineering offers the Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.) Master of Engineering (M.E.)  and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)  degrees. The objective of the master’s programs is to prepare the student for professional work in chemical engineering at a more advanced level than the bachelor’s degree or for further study leading to the Ph.D. degree. The principal objectives of the Ph.D. program are to provide students with an opportunity to reach a critical understanding of basic scientific and engineering principles underlying their fields of interest and to cultivate their ability to apply these principles creatively through advanced methods of analysis, research, and synthesis. The Ph.D. is awarded primarily on the basis of research.

Learning Objectives

Master of Science in Engineering. Graduates of the thesis-based M.S.E.  program should be able to:

  • Demonstrate a more advanced understanding in chemical engineering fundamentals compared to holders of bachelor’s degrees;
  • Display the ability to conduct research in a field of specialization within chemical engineering and effectively communicate their findings orally and in writing to a technically literate audience; and
  • Illustrate ethical awareness of responsible conduct of research.

Master of Engineering. Graduates of the non-thesis M.E.  program should be able to:

  • Demonstrate a more advanced understanding in chemical engineering fundamentals compared to holders of bachelor’s degrees;
  • Display the ability to perform and communicate an independent study in a field of specialization within chemical engineering; and
  • Illustrate ethical awareness.

Doctor of Philosophy. Graduates of the Ph.D.  program should be able to:

  • Demonstrate a critical understanding of scientific and engineering principles underlying the student’s fields of interest;
  • Apply scientific and engineering principles creatively through advanced methods of analysis, research, and synthesis, and effectively communicate their findings orally and in writing to a technically literate audience; and
  • Illustrate ethical awareness of responsible conduct of research.

Programs

    Master’sDoctoralAccelerated Master’s

    Courses

      Chemical Engineering