Chemical Engineering (M.A.S.)
The Master of Chemical Engineering offers students in-depth knowledge of the newest and most important chemical engineering topics, while preparing students to make significant contributions and work in areas of high-impact innovation such as thermodynamics, transport phenomena, kinetics, and applied mathematics.
Students will gain in-depth knowledge of the newest and most important chemical engineering topics and learn to develop transformative solutions for pressing challenges in the field.
Our graduate chemical engineering program will prepare you for such careers as:
- Chemical engineer
- Plant process engineer
- Process engineer, research and development
Disclaimer for prospective students, please read.
The Master of Chemical Engineering curriculum provides students with a strong foundation to prepare them for professional practice in the field through hands-on learning and a collaborative environment.
Students of this program must be admitted to Illinois Tech. If interested in transferring to this program, students should consult their academic adviser.
Deborah Adesina achieved her dream of conducting biomedical research beyond the classroom. This one-of-a-kind experience brings her one step closer to launching a career in research and development.Deborah Adesina (BME/M.A.S. CHE 3rd Year)
Elizabeth Foot’s journey from studying chemistry and chemical engineering to working in automation.Elizabeth Foot (M.A.S. CHE ’22)
Through IPRO and undergraduate research, Derek Bergstedt prepares for a chemical engineering career.Derek Bergstedt (CHE, M.A.S. CHE 4th Year)
Born and raised in El Salvador, Diana Velasquez decided to pursue a degree in engineering with the goal of helping others obtain improved health care while improving standard processes.Diana Velasquez (Biomedical Engineering/M.A.S. Chemical Engineering 3rd Year)