Through experimentation, theory, and computation, chemical engineers apply biological, chemical, and physical principles to contemporary problems in biotechnology, materials, energy, and the environment.
Our department offers a PhD and master's in chemical engineering and a master’s in alternative energy. Our faculty, post-doctoral research associates, and graduate students enjoy generous research support from agencies like the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and Department of Energy in addition to contributions from private industries.
For a more information about being a graduate student at Rochester, visit the graduate studies website.
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