CHBE Graduate Students can refer to the CHBE Graduate Handbook for the course requirements for their program. Research students must consult with their supervisors before registering for courses including courses taken outside of the department.
Course offerings change annually.

CHBE Graduate Courses – 2023W

CHBE 502Biomass Fractionation Chemistry23
CHBE 505F*Introduction to Chemical Engineering for Non-Chemical Engineers13
CHBE 550FAdvanced Reactor Design13
CHBE 551 FEngineering Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics23
CHBE 552 Optimization Methods23
CHBE 553 FMath Operations in Chemical Engineering13
CHBE 554 FMomentum, Heat and Mass Transfer23
CHBE 560 F>Biological Engineering23
CHBE 563Applied Heterogeneous Catalysis23
CHBE 564Industrial Biotechnology Lab.23
CHBE 565FAdvanced Process Control13
CHBE 572Technologies for Human and Environmental Health3
CHBE 5731Environmental Engineering and Sustainability LeadershipNot Offered3
CHBE 5752Air Pollution Control13
CHBE 5773Electrochemical Science, Engineering and Technology23
CHBE 5834Energy Engineering for Climate Change and Sustainability13
CHBE 5875Interfacial Phenomena23
CHBE 5886
Carbon Capture, Conversion and Sequestration Technologies
Course webpage
CHBE 596Engineering Report1 & 26
CHBE 597Masters Thesis Proposal1 & 22
CHBE 598Seminar1 & 21
CHBE 697PhD Thesis Proposal1 & 22
CHBE 698Seminar (PhD)1 & 21


F        Fundamental course
F*      Core for Non-Chemical Engineering Background. Instructor permission required
>       Limited seats
*       Instructor permission required

1Credit will be granted for only one of CHBE 473 or CHBE 573

2Credit will be granted for only one of CHBE 485 or CHBE 575

3Credit will be granted for only one of CHBE 477 or CHBE 577

4Credit will be granted for only one of CHBE 483 or CHBE 583

5Credit will be granted for only one of CHBE 487 or CHBE 587

6Credit will be granted for only one of CHBE 488 or CHBE 588

7Credit will be granted for only one of GBPR 501 or CHBE402

Note: Course schedule is subject to change.
CEEN 501 Is not a permissible course for CHBE students