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Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Wayne State University

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The Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science offers graduate programs in Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, and Graduate Certificate Programs in Polymers, and Sustainable Engineering.

 

Ph.D. & M.S. Program in Chemical Engineering


 The graduate program in chemical engineering at Wayne State University is designed to provide students with various opportunities to develop advanced competence in traditional and modern chemical engineering science to solve challenging problems.  The program attracts high-quality and enthusiastic students from a variety of backgrounds, such as chemical engineering, (bio)chemistry, biology, polymer engineering, and energy engineering.  Active research areas include nanotechnology, biotechnology, energy, product and process systems engineering and sustainable engineering.  PhD in Chemical Engineering is a research-oriented degree that prepares students for independent research careers in industry or academia.  MS in Chemical Engineering are of two types: a research-oriented degree that prepares students for a variety of career paths, and a course-work based degree that provides students with added depth in the technical aspects of the field and breadth through accomplishing elective courses.

Applying to our graduate program.

Link to WSU Graduate Admissions Office.

 
For more information, please contact:
Yinlun Huang, Professor 
Director of Materials Science Graduate Program 
Engineering - 1129

  

Ph.D. & M.S. Program in Materials Science


The graduate program (M.S. and Ph.D.) in Materials Science at Wayne State University offers outstanding foundation for careers in research, academia, and  industrial manufacturing.  We have a strong focus on the development of novel nanomaterials (polymers and metals) for industrial applications ranging from automotive, medical, electronic, and materials for energy related applications. Broad areas of interests include energy, nanotechnology, nanomedcine, polymer processing, simulations/modeling, and biofuels. The students will perform research and learn in a collaborative and a challenging environment.

Applying to our graduate program.

Link to WSU Graduate Admissions Office.

For more information, please contact:
Guangzhao Mao, Professor
Director of Materials Science Graduate Program 
Engineering - 1109
313-577-3804
gzmao@eng.wayne.edu

 

 

 

Graduate Certificate Programs


Polymer Engineering

Sustainable Engineering (Website coming up soon)
Alternative Energy Technologies (College-wide)