Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Program

Chemical Engineering graduates work as process, design or consulting engineers in a wide range of industries and sectors. Industries serve this range through petrochemical, agricultural, mining, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and foods. Sectors include government, banking and finance, and manufacturing.

The chemical engineering curriculum includes many mathematics, physics, and chemistry courses. Technical electives in the curriculum provide the opportunity for students to specialize in the core sciences or in specific fields within chemical engineering.

A number of graduates continue studies in graduate or professional (law, medicine, or business administration) schools.

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Biochemical Engineering Emphasis Undergraduate Program

Biochemical Engineering is the branch of engineering which deals with changing the composition, energy content, or state of aggregation of biological materials. As a chemical engineering student in the biochemical emphasis program, you will consider the fundamental properties and nature of matter (chemistry), the forces that act on matter (physics), the precise expressions of the relationships between them (mathematics) and the application of living systems (micro and molecular biology).

Biochemical engineerings take chemistry and microbiology out of the laboratory and into the world around us. They are creative problem solvers who apply scientific knowlede and technical expertise to make useful materials at a reasonable cost and in the safest manner possible. Computers are used extensively in solving engineering problems in the biotechnology field.


Biochemical Engineering graduates may work in the same jobs as chemical engineers but they may prefer to work in those industries involved in Biotechnology such as pharmaceuticals and agriculture. Graduate medical programs and the Biomedical industry also provide opportunities for these graduates.

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