In the world’s first and only Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering, students may choose from a variety of interdisciplinary areas of study, including aerosol science & engineering; engineered aquatic processes; multi-scale engineering; and metabolic engineering & systems biology, all using state-of-the-art facilities and instrumentation. Undergraduate students may participate in high-impact research in faculty laboratories while earning a BS in chemical engineering or a BS in Applied Science with a major in chemical engineering and one of several minors.
Graduate students may choose from a PhD in energy, environmental & chemical engineering, which provides integrated and multi-disciplinary programs of scientific education in cutting-edge areas. In addition, the department offers a master’s of engineering (MEng) in energy, environmental & chemical engineering as well as an MEng/MBA program in partnership with the Olin Business School.
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