Master of Science in Engineering in Chemical Process Engineering

Master of Science in Engineering in Chemical Process Engineering


Program Objectives

Through this program you will explore efficient design, as well as robust and objective analysis and monitoring of chemical plants, processes and operations. Your studies will include extensive coverage of current business and environmental issues in the chemical and food industries.

Program Outline

To receive a Master of Science Engineering in Chemical Process Engineering degree, students must earn 90 graduate semester credit hours. 

 

Master of Science Engineering in Chemical Process Engineering ( 90.0 credit hours )
Major Core Courses ( 90.0 credit hours )
Fluid Particle Systems 6.0 credit hours
Transport Phenomena 6.0 credit hours
Advanced Safety & Loss Prevention 6.0 credit hours
Energy Systems and Sustainability  6.0 credit hours
Process Dynamics & Control 6.0 credit hours
Chemical Reaction Engineering 4.0 credit hours
Advanced Process Engineering 6.0 credit hours
Separation Processes 6.0 credit hours
Advanced Process Modeling 6.0 credit hours
Advanced Bioreactor Engineering 6.0 credit hours
Environmental Systems 6.0 credit hours
Water and Wastewater Treatment 6.0 credit hours
Mastering Entrepreneurship 6.0 credit hours
Project Management 6.0 credit hours
Nature Inspired Chemical Engineering 6.0 credit hours
Electrochemical Engineering and Power Sources  6.0 credit hours
Molecular Thermodynamics  6.0 credit hours
Process Systems Modelling and Design 6.0 credit hours

 

 

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