Critical Skills and Knowledge
If you want to work in the medical field, biomedical engineering will give you skills and knowledge that other engineering disciplines won’t.
The chemical engineering program at Stevens focuses on the fundamental areas of chemical engineering science that are common to all of the disciplines more specialized branches. Courses in organic and physical chemistry, biochemical engineering and process control are offered in addition to chemical engineering core courses in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, separations, process analysis, reactor design and process design.
Chemical engineering courses include significant use of modern computational tools and computer simulation programs. The chemical engineering graduate is well-equipped for the many challenges facing modern engineering professionals. Qualified undergraduates may also work with faculty on research projects. Many of our graduates pursue advanced study in chemical engineering, bioengineering or biomedical engineering, medicine, law and many other fields.
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