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MS Environmental Engineering

 Course Level
Masters / PG
 Type
Full Time

 Duration
4 Years
 Start month
January

 Tuition fee

International
16200 USD
National
16200 USD

Application fee

International 60 USD
National 60 USD
Department
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Scores accepted
IELTS (min)7
TOEFL-IBT (min)80
TOEFL-PBT (min)550
501

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About this course

The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (CHBE) prepares students with the knowledge and skills to contribute to society and their profession.  Our Chemical engineering graduates practice in a variety of fields: chemical manufacturing and petroleum refining, environmental engineering, materials and microelectronics, pharmaceutical manufacturing and delivery, food processing, and many others. Our Biological engineering graduates also practice in a variety of fields: chemical manufacturing using biological processing, biofuel production, environmental engineering and remediation, biomaterial manufacturing and biologically compatible materials, food processing, agrichemical processing, pharmaceutical production, medical device design, and biomedicine. Both lists will continue to expand as the fields continue to develop.

The preparation of women and men competent to develop, design, and operate new chemical or biological systems, or to perform the research and development to improve existing products and processes, is a comprehensive process. Thus the curricula in chemical engineering and biological engineering are founded on the study of engineering principles and basic science, particularly chemistry, physics, biology, and mathematics. Safety and concern for the environment and society must be overriding concerns to chemical engineering and biological engineering practitioners, and developing this awareness is another aspect of the department's educational goals. Both chemical engineers and biological engineers typically work as teams of professionals, sharing expertise and knowledge for greater achievement, so teamwork and communication are emphasized. The curricula have been developed to provide these skills through faculty members who have extensive knowledge and experience in the field.

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Eligibility Criteria

Students may enter the Master of Science or Doctoral programs with a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering or other engineering or science discipline. Non-chemical engineering students wishing to pursue a master’s program may require limited remedial coursework. Students may be admitted directly to the doctoral program without a master's degree. 

The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering has the following minimum requirements for admission to the graduate program:

  • 3.0 GPA in undergraduate program (based on A=4.0)
  • GRE Scores (148 verbal, 144 quantitative)
  • International Applicants: TOEFL (internet exam - 80, paper exam - 550, computerized exam - 213) or IELTS score of 7.0 or higher - required for non-native speakers of English

Note: Typical scores for admitted graduate students are well above these minima.

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