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Chemical Engineering Graduate Major (MENG, MS, PhD)

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College of Engineering | School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering


Graduate Areas of Concentration

Chemical engineering

The School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Engineering, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. All programs are tailored to individual student needs and professional goals. A diversity of faculty interests, broadened and reinforced by cooperation between the school and other engineering departments and schools and research centers on campus, makes tailored individual programs possible. The school originates and encourages programs ranging from those that are classically chemical engineering to those that are distinctly interdisciplinary.

For more information, contact Dr. Gregory Rorrer, School Head, School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331-2904, or email cbee@oregonstate.edu.



MEng Degree (45 credits)


Chemical Engineering Core (21)

CHE 514. Fluid Flow (4)
CHE 520. Mass Transfer I (4)
CHE 525. Chemical Engineering Analysis (4)
CHE 537. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I (4)
CHE 540. Chemical Reactors I (4)
CHE 507. Seminar (1)

Engineering Electives (9)

Graduate level courses offered through the College of Engineering

Minor Course Work/Electives (15)

Courses approved by graduate program advisor on Graduate Program of Study


MS Degree (45 credits)


Chemical Engineering Core (21)

CHE 514. Fluid Flow (4)
CHE 520. Mass Transfer I (4)
CHE 525. Chemical Engineering Analysis (4)
CHE 537. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I (4)
CHE 540. Chemical Reactors I (4)
CHE 507. Seminar (1)

Minor Course Work/Electives (15)

Courses approved by MS Thesis advisor on Graduate Program of Study

Thesis (9)
 


PhD Degree (108 credits)


Chemical Engineering Core (21)

CHE 514. Fluid Flow (4)
CHE 520. Mass Transfer I (4)
CHE 525. Chemical Engineering Analysis (4)
CHE 537. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I (4)
CHE 540. Chemical Reactors I (4)
CHE 507. Seminar (1)

Minor Course Work/Electives (15+)

Courses approved by student PhD Committee on Graduate Program of Study

Thesis (36–72)
 


Prerequisite and Corequisite Course Work for Non-engineering Undergraduates

MEng or MS students without undergraduate degrees in chemical engineering or a related engineering discipline, or PhD students without undergraduate degrees or graduate degrees in chemical engineering or a related engineering discipline, must take the following courses in addition to the CHE core:

CBEE 211. Material Balances and Stoichiometry (3)
CBEE 212. Energy Balances (3)
CHE 312. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (3)
CHE 331. Transport Phenomena I (4)
CHE 332. Transport Phenomena II (3)
CHE 443. Chemical Reaction Engineering (4)



Major Code: 3030

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