Groundbreaking Research

The Chemical and Biochemical engineering department faculty are doing groundbreaking research in fields ranging from carbon dioxide sequestration and alternative energy, to cancer prevention and novel battieries. Check out the articles above spotlighting our faculty and all they're doing.

State-of-the-art Laboratories

 

World-Class Professors and Facilities

As a chemical or biochemical engineering student, you can learn from and work alongside world-class professors in 68,500-square-foot James E. Bertelsmeyer Hall, one of the newest buildings on campus. With nearly 400 undergraduate and graduate students, our growing department enrollment ranks near the top among S&T’s engineering disciplines. One-third of our students receive departmental scholarships, and graduates earn an average starting salary of more than $66,000.

Programs

Undergraduate Programs

Explore and learn more about the following degree's offered by the department:

  • Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering

  • Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering with a Biochemical Engineering Emphasis

Graduate Program

Find out more about the Chemical Engineering graduate program offering these degree's:

  • Master of Science in Chemical Engineering

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Engineering