Design next-generation processes and materials with a degree that develops high-tech careers.

In the chemical engineering graduate program at Stevens, you’ll have a wealth of world-class resources at your disposal for pursuing the research that interests you most. Work closely with our pioneering faculty leaders and conduct your own independent work in our premier research centers and laboratories—all within 15 minutes of downtown Manhattan. With extensive training and career-building experience, our chemical engineering graduates go on to thrive as innovators in academia and industry. 

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Resources for Your Ideas & Research

A major advantage of studying chemical engineering at a premier research institute like Stevens is finding support for your ideas and accessing the best tools for your research. Check out the many places where innovation happens on campus everyday.

Program Outcomes & Objectives

Graduates Are Able To:

Innovate new technology through the development of chemical processes and products.

Generate intellectual property or establish new enterprises. Solve industrial problems involving transport phenomena and chemical reactors.

Design experiments that can reveal the main factors controlling a chemical or biological process.

Formulate a new efficient catalyst for conversion of low value products or waste into valuable chemical intermediates.

Employ chemical spectroscopy techniques to identify the players in an energy conversion process.

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The Schaefer School of Engineering & Science
1 Castle Point Terrace
McLean Hall, Room 418
Hoboken, NJ 07030

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Department Leaders

Dr. Ronald S. Besser Professor; Department Director