Our department offers two undergraduate degrees: the bachelor of science in chemical engineering (B.S.Ch.E.) and bachelor of arts (B.A.) degree. The program leading to the B.S.Ch.E. degree is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) under the EC2000 criteria.
In today's rapidly changing business climate, industrial sectors from petrochemicals to biotechnology and semiconductor manufacturing offer of wide variety of employment opportunities to our graduates. As a result, chemical engineering graduates may get involved with (among others):
While industry employs the majority of chemical engineering students receiving a bachelor's degree, a large fraction of our graduates continue their education in graduate schools to prepare for academic or industrial R&D careers or in medical, law or business schools.
Enrollments and degrees awarded for degree programs in the School of Engineering are available here.
Click here to learn more about the ABET accreditation of the B.S.Ch.E. degree program.
What opens all these career options to our graduates is a broad education that encompasses both fundamentals and applications to give students a sound scientific and technical grounding for further development in a variety of professional environments.