MS in Chemical Engineering

From electrochemical engineering to process analysis and design, further your career as a process expert with this master's degree.

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Degree: Master of Science
Major: Chemical Engineering

Chemical engineers are universally sought-after, which means a graduate degree in chemical engineering opens doors in practically every field imaginable. Often called the “universal engineer,” these professionals are in high demand in industry, national labs and top-notch universities, and a master’s degree from Case Western Reserve University will help you emerge as a leader whichever path you choose.

Maybe you’re looking to build on your STEM undergraduate degree to get access to new and better opportunities in the workforce. Or maybe you’re looking to make your mark on the field with your own chemical engineering discoveries. Whatever your goals, our master’s program is designed to expand your technical skills and propel you to the next level in your career.

Our professional master’s degree program is a course-focused track that’s your most direct—and our most popular—route to a master’s degree in chemical engineering at Case Western Reserve. We’ve honed the curriculum to deliver maximum technical prowess in an accelerated time frame. Part-time options are also available. Apply now.

In rare cases, students can also complete a research-focused or project-focused track. Contact the department chair for more information on these options.

You’ll get the opportunity to work in a strong collaborative environment where research groups push outside traditional silos to interact with one another on interdisciplinary projects. Our department is also an idea size—large enough to provide state-of-the-art resources and a wealth of opportunities, and yet small enough to cultivate close ties with your peers, fellow researchers and field-leading faculty mentors. We have close partnerships with local industries, which means you’ll get to hone your expertise by working on—and delivering solutions to—real-world problems.

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