Chemical engineering is the branch of engineering that deals with manufacture of products through chemical processes and the technologies of chemical production. This study field is based on combination of physical sciences, life sciences, mathematics and economics. Chemical engineering differs from chemistry because of focusing on large scales. This study field has two groups: the first group deals with chemical processes (design, manufacture and operation of plants and machinery), while the second group deals with new substances development. Graduates can work at various industries, especially oil and petrochemical industry, nuclear energy, food production, development of new sources of energy and medicine.
Columbia's program in chemical engineering is one of the oldest in the country. It has continuously evolved since its inception to remain relevant and vital to the nation's workforce.
The removal of earth containing mineralized ores causes stress in the rock and hence stability of the mine itself is continually changing. These changes can be rapid and difficult to detect. Geomechanics is the science dealing with the design of structures in rock. Upon completion of the program, the graduate will be better prepared to understand complex issues in rock mass behaviors. Rock Mechanics.
The UCLA Chemical Engineering Department was established in 1983 and received ABET/AICHE accreditation shortly thereafter.
The Department of Chemical Engineering offers programs of graduate study leading to the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.), and Master of Engineering (M.Eng.). All three programs are based on the principles of chemical engineering, chemistry, mathematics, physics, and related science and engineering disciplines.
Excellence in Analytical Chemistry (EACH) is an international two-year joint Master’s degree programme that gives students a unique opportunity to study at two outstanding European universities. The programme provides strong knowledge and skills in both fundamental and applied aspects of modern analytical chemistry.
The Gradate Pathway in Industrial Engineering gives international students a chance to improve their English before continuing on to the master’s degree program at Oregon State University.
Designed in close collaboration with industry, this programme takes a theoretical and a practical approach to ensure it meets the requirements of potential employers.
If you have already devoted the time and effort required to obtain a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in chemical/biological engineering or other related field and would like to further your academic training, you may want to consider graduate studies at The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CHBE).
The Graduate Pathway in Chemical Engineering offers you the chance to enhance your English and academic ability. It will prepare you to successfully pursue graduate studies at University of South Florida.
Oregon State University ranks: #9 worldwide in the frequency that OSU's faculty published research is cited by other researchers; Top 100 universities in the US in total research and development spending; #70 Graduate Chemical Engineering program in the US.
The J. David Lowell Master of Engineering in Mineral Resources is intended for mineral resource professionals advancing to management positions and for those from other disciplines entering the mineral resources industry that need professional career preparation specific to the industry.
Through the Biochemistry MS Program, faculty in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry will train students with a suitable Bachelor's degree for a career in Biochemistry.