Master of Engineering - Chemical (M.E.)
Degree: Master of Engineering
Concentration: Chemical Engineering
- All College of Graduate Studies general degree requirements.
- Completion of a minimum of 30 semester hours of coursework, of which at least 6 hours must come from:
- CHEN 6302 Transport Phenomena, CHEN 6343 Kinetics and Reactor Design, CHEN 6347 Advanced Thermodynamics, and CHEN 6348 Adv Chem Engineering Math.
- All other CHEN 5XXX and 6XXX level courses may be taken toward your degree.
- Other 5xxx and 6xxx level courses from other engineering or science disciplines may be considered for approval by department graduate advisor on a per case basis.
- Of the 30 hours, a maximum of 6 credit hours may be taken external to the chemical engineering department. Additionally, no external courses may be taken until a minimum of 9 credit hours are completed within the chemical engineering department.
3. Satisfactory completion of a final comprehensive examination.
- Comprehensive Examination Format:
- The The comprehensive exam will consist of four (4) written subject examinations on topics selected by the student, based on the following criteria:
- Each portion of the exam will last for one (1) hour, with all four being completed consecutively in one day. The comprehensive exam will be administered once per long semester. A student must pass all four subjects to successfully pass the comprehensive exam. A student who fails only one subject must, in the next long semester, either retake only the failed subject or take four subjects that satisfy a new exam attempt. NOTE: YOU MAY NOT TAKE AN EXAM FOR A COURSE IN WHICH YOU ARE CURRENTLY ENROLLED.