Chemical engineers discover and implement new products and processes that are useful and economical. Students benefit from an in-depth curriculum, small class sizes, outstanding laboratory facilities, and collaborative research opportunities with faculty. Graduates are well-equipped to tackle the challenges of this rapidly changing field and secure top-notch jobs and graduate school placements.
Our laboratory space of more than 7,400 square feet has equipment unmatched by schools of our size and many larger ones as well. A major part of it is used for undergraduate instruction.Read more about our laboratories
The department's research activities focus on four areas: environmental engineering, interfacial phenomena, micro and nanoscale fabrication, and molecular bioengineering.Learn more