Chemical Engineering - Master of Science in Chemical Engineering
The program of study leading to the MS consists of 32 credits which includes:
- required CHME core graduate courses (14 credits);
- CHME elective courses numbered 455-589 (3 credits);
- other graduate elective courses (9 credits); and
- thesis as CHME 599 Master's Thesis (6 credits).
|Required Core Courses|
|CHME 501||Graduate Thermodynamics for Chemical Engineers||3|
|CHME 506||Graduate Transport Phenomena(s) (Spring semester course)||3|
|CHME 516||Numerical Methods in Chemical Engineering||3|
|CHME 542||Graduate Reactor Analysis and Design (s) (Spring semester course)||3|
|CHME 594||Professional Communication in Chemical Engineering||2|
|CHME electives (select from CHME 455-CHME 589)||3|
|CHME 599||Master's Thesis (minimum 6 credit hours before the thesis defense)||6|
Elective courses are intended to supplement the research work of each graduate student. These courses must be numbered 450 or above and must be approved by the thesis advisor.