Graduate Courses

GRADUATE COURSES

The Department offers a large number of graduate courses that range from fundamentals to applications over a broad spectrum of engineering and science topics. These courses are further supplemented with courses available in other engineering and science departments as well as in the Institute-wide interdisciplinary programs. The Department reserves the right not to offer certain elective courses should there be insufficient demand.

Chemical Engineering

  • CHE 504 Safety of Pilot Plants and Research Operations
  • CHE 521 Chemical and Materials Thermodynamics
  • CHE 530 Introduction to Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
  • CHE 531 Process Safety Management
  • CHE 535 Good Manufacturing Practice in Pharmaceutical Facilities Design
  • CHE 539 Bioprocess Technology in API Manufacturing
  • CHE 540 Validation and Regulatory Affairs in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
  • CHE 541 Validation of Computerized Systems
  • CHE 555 Catalysis and Characterization of Nanoparticles
  • CHE 560 Fundamentals of Polymer Science
  • CHE 580 Biofuels Engineering Technology
  • CHE 612 Stagewise Operations
  • CHE 620 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
  • CHE 628 Manufacturing and Packaging of Pharmaceutical Oral Solid Dosage Products
  • CHE 630 Theory of Transport Processes
  • CHE 638 Chemical Technology Processes in API Manufacturing
  • CHE 639 Modeling and Simulation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Systems
  • CHE 646 Biopharmaceuticals Facilities Design
  • CHE 649 Design of Water, Steam, and CIP Utility Systems for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
  • CHE 650 Reactor Design
  • CHE 653 Design of PAT Systems for Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
  • CHE 660 Advanced Process Control
  • CHE 662 Chemical Process Simulation
  • CHE 670 Polymer Properties and Structure
  • CHE 671 Polymer Rheology
  • CHE 672 Processing of Polymers for Biomedical Applications
  • CHE 673 Polymerization Engineering
  • CHE 674 Design of Polymer Processing Machinery
  • CHE 675 Polymer Blends and Composites
  • CHE 676 Polymer Mold and Die Design
  • CHE 677 Polymer Product Design
  • CHE 678 Experimental Methods in Polymer Melt Rheology
  • CHE 682 Colloids and Interfacial Phenomena
  • CHE 695 Bio/Nano Photonics
  • CHE 700 Seminar in Chemical Engineering
  • CHE 701-702 Selected Topics in Chemical Engineering III-IV
  • CHE 770-771 Selected Topics in Polymer Science and Engineering III-IV
  • CHE 800 Special Problems in Chemical Engineering
  • CHE 801 Special Problem in Chemical Engineering
  • CHE 810 Special Topics in Chemical Engineering
  • CHE 900 Thesis in Chemical Engineering
  • CHE 960 Research in Chemical Engineering

Materials Science

  • MT 501 Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering
  • MT 502 Processing of Electronic Materials
  • MT 503 Introduction to Solid State Physics
  • MT 505 Introduction to Biomaterials
  • MT 506 Mechanical Behavior of Solids
  • MT 507 Introduction to Microelectronics and Photonics
  • MT 515 Photonics I
  • MT 516 Photonics II
  • MT 518 Solar Energy: Theory & Application
  • MT 520 Composite Materials
  • MT 521 Chemical and Materials Thermodynamics
  • MT 525 Techniques of Surface and Nanostructure Characterization
  • MT 528 Solar Energy: System Designs
  • MT 544 Introduction to Electron Microscopy
  • MT 555 Catalysis and Characterization of Nanoparticles
  • MT 561 Solid State Electronic for Engineering I
  • MT 562 Solid State Electronics for Engineeing II
  • MT 570 Electronic Materials and Devices
  • MT 585 Physical Design of Wireless Systems
  • MT 595 Reliability and Failure of Solid State Devices
  • MT 596 Microfabrication Techniques
  • MT 601 Structure and Diffraction
  • MT 602 Principles of Inorganic Materials Synthesis
  • MT 603 Thermodynamics and Reaction Kinetics of Solids
  • MT 626 Optical Communication Systems
  • MT 650 Special Topics in Materials Science and Engineering
  • MT 670 Polymer Properties and Structure
  • MT 685 Physical Design of Wireless Systems
  • MT 690 Introduction to VLSI Design
  • MT 700 Seminar in Materials Science and Engineering
  • MT 707 Curriculum Practical Training
  • MT 800 Special Problems in Materials
  • MT 801 Special Problems in Materials
  • MT 810 Special Topics in Materials
  • MT 900 Thesis in Materials
  • MT 960 Research in Materials

Nanotechnology

  • NANO 503 Introduction to Solid State Physics
  • NANO 525 Techniques of Surface and Nanostructure Characterization
  • NANO 553 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
  • NANO 554 Quantum Mechanics I
  • NANO 555 Catalysis and Characterization of Nanoparticles
  • NANO 570 Environmental Chemistry
  • NANO 571 Physicochemical Processes for Environmental Control
  • NANO 596 Fabrication Techniques for Micro and Nano Devices
  • NANO 600 Nanoscale Science and Technology
  • NANO 602 Principles of Inorganic Materials Synthesis
  • NANO 610 Health and Environmental Impact of Nanotechnology
  • NANO 615 Crystallization of Biological Molecules
  • NANO 650 Advanced Biomaterials
  • NANO 652 Design and Fabrication of Micro and Nano Electromechanical Systems
  • NANO 653 Nanocatalysis
  • NANO 672 Polymers at Solid-Liquid Interfaces
  • NANO 674 Polymer Functionality
  • NANO 675 Nanomedicine
  • NANO 680 Fundamentals of Micro/Nano Fluidics
  • NANO 682 Colloids and Interfacial Phenomena at the Nanoscale
  • NANO 685 Nanobiotechnology
  • NANO 690 Cellular Signal Transduction
  • NANO 691 Physics and Applications of Semiconductor Nanostructures
  • NANO 695 Bio/Nano Photonics
  • NANO 700 Seminar in Nanotechnology
  • NANO 701 Multiscale Mechanics and Computational Methods
  • NANO 702 Microchemical Systems
  • NANO 740 The Physics of Nanostructures
  • NANO 810 Special Topics in Nanotechnology

Pharmaceutical Process Engineering

  • CHE 615 Separation Processes in Pharmaceutical Industry
  • CHE 621 Pharmaceutical Mixing
  • CHE 661 Design of Control Systems
  • CHE 681 Pharmaceutical Reaction Engineering

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Dr. Henry Du
Graduate Advisor,
Materials Science

201-216-5262
hdu@stevens.edu


Dr. Suphan Kovenklioglu
Graduate Advisor,
Chemical Engineering
201-216-5519
skoven@stevens.edu