Master of Engineeringin Chemical Engineering


Chemical engineering involves molecular transformations—chemical, physical, and biological—from the submolecular to the macroscopic, and the analysis, synthesis, and operation of such systems. Graduate study provides both rigorous training in the fundamental core discipline of chemical engineering and the opportunity to focus on specific division. In addition to completing four core subject requirements in thermodynamics, reaction engineering, mathematics, and transportation phenomena, students further select a research lab for specialization: chemical engineering fundamentals, catalysis and reaction engineering, control and systems engineering, biochemical engineering, particle technology, polymer engineering, and environmental chemical engineering.


To qualify for acceptance to the M.Eng. program, a minimum grade point average of student is not specified, however the minimum grade point of admitted students in 2004 is 2.75 (A = 4.0).

An outstanding student with degree in other branches of engineering or science may apply for admission in our Master program but are required to take additional bachelor level fundamental chemical engineering courses.

2105602Advanced Transport Phenomena3
2105603Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics3
2105604Advanced Chemical Engineering Kinetics and Chemical Reactor Design3
2105605Chemical Engineering Seminar I1
2105606Chemical Engineering Seminar II1
2105601Advance Engineering Mathematics for Chemical Engineers3
2105612Chemical Engineering Process and Product Development3
2105617Research Methodology and Statistical Analysis3
2105618Characterization and Instrumental Analysis3
2105622Chemical Process Simulation and Optimization3
2105676Instrumentation in Chemical Process3
2103106Engineering Drawing3
2105251Unit Operations I3
210530Chemical Engineering Mathematics I3
210533Transport Phenomena3
2105352Unit Operations II3
2105353Unit Operations III3
2105356Unit Operations Laboratory I1
2105357Unit operations Laboratory II1
2105373Chemical Engineering Kinetics and Reactor Design3
2105458Unit Operation Laboratory III1
2105464Chemical Process Design3
2105472Process Dynamics and Control3


— Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering


Course Credits


Thesis Credits


Seminar Credits

The degree requires that you complete:

  • The core curriculum in chemical engineering of 9 credits
  • The approved and free elective curriculum in each division of 6 and 9 credits, respectively
  • Two seminar courses: Seminar I and Seminar II
  • Written and oral defense of a thesis on original research of 12 credits.
  • An English Proficiency test (CU-TEP) with a minimum score of 45 before graduated, if not they must take a course on English

The core curriculum is:

  • Advanced Transport Phenomena 2105602
  • Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 2105603
  • Advanced Chemical Engineering Kinetics and Chemical Reactor Design 2105604

If not they must take a course on English and have a pass grade within the first year.