Chemical Engineering M.Eng.

M.Eng. Admission Requirements

An applicant to the Masters of Engineering program will have completed a baccalaureate degree in chemical engineering. Students with good undergraduate records but with deficiencies in certain areas may be admitted on condition that they complete specified courses without credit to make up for their deficiencies. Applicants must submit current scores (within 5 years) from the general test of the GRE. International students are required to submit TOEFL test scores. IELTS scores are accepted on a case-by-case basis, and students must have a minimum score of 6.5.

M.Eng. Degree Requirements

A Masters of Engineering degree is a professional degree for Chemical Engineers. A minimum of 30 credits, which must include Advanced Fluid Mechanics (CHE 913), Heat Transfer (CHE 915), Diffusive Mass Transfer (CHE 916), Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (CHE 923), and Advanced Chemical Engineering Kinetics (CHE 932), is required for the Master of Engineering degree. An additional 12 credits of course work is required.  These 12 credits can be made up of electives offered by the department or by the college.  In addition, courses taken by the UNH School of Law and the Whittemore School of Business and Economics can apply with approval. The remaining three credits will be for faculty supervised projects.