The Department of Chemical Engineering offers a non-thesis Master of Science (M.S.) degree that includes courses in surface science, biochemical engineering, catalysis, pulp and paper engineering, environmental engineering, waste conversion, computer-aided process design and simulation, novel bioseparations systems, chemical kinetics and reactor design, among others.

For those looking to further their education, but who may be unable to commit to a master’s degree, the department offers a Pulp and Paper Engineering graduate certificate, which allow students to take individual courses of their interest while still earning academic credit.