Chemical Engineering & Materials Science

Chemical Engineering & Materials Science

Be a Problem Solver

Chemical Engineering is a promising field as the world's demand for energy, materials, and resources grows. Chemical engineers solve vital problems and drive future innovation that advance technologies and contribute to society in areas such as:

  • Petrochemicals
  • Biochemical Engineering
  • Electronic, Semi-conductor, and Electrochemical Processing

Chemical engineering ranked second on CNN's list of the top 15 highest-earning college degrees, with the average starting offer of $64,902 straight out of college.

Where Will Your Degree Take You?

Stevens Students took first place
at the 2010 AIChE College Bowl

A degree in Chemical Engineering from Stevens delivers a core understanding from which students can branch out into the diverse world of chemical engineering, whether in fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, organic or physical chemistry, product design, or beyond.

Chemical engineering is an essential component of a number of high-profile industries that shape our society, such as:

  • Energy
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Materials
  • Semiconductor processing
  • Environmental monitoring and improvement

Use Stevens high-tech equipment to design and test ideas. Through Senior Design projects, ideas could become reality even before graduation.

Take the first step with a visit to the Chemical Engineering & Materials Science Web site, or stop by admissions to apply today.