Undergraduate Program



One of the trademarks of a chemical engineer is the ability to improve existing materials and processes to achieve safer and more cost-efficient outcomes. It is a practical, hands-on curriculum providing students with problem-solving skills that can be applied to nearly any aspect of one's life and career. As a result, chemical engineers work in a wide range of fields and disciplines. 

The field of chemical engineering has itself evolved into one of great breadth and depth. Chemical engineers today can work at the cellular and molecular level to perform such things as metabolic engineering, nanomanufacturing, research involving medical diagnostics and innovative materials used in medical devices, and much more. 

Please visit the associated links in the UNDERGRADUATE tab for more information.