The following programs, Engineering Global Leadership Honors (EGL) and Sequential Undergraduate and Graduate Studies (SUGS), are available for chemical engineering students interested in pursuing joint BSE and MSE or MEng degrees. Students pursuing dual degrees are not eligible to enroll in SUGS programs. For more information, visit the ChE undergraduate office at 3090 Dow.
The Engineering Global Leadership Honors Program (EGL) allows students to complement their chemical engineering background with courses in the School of Business Administration and global-focused courses in LS&A. The program produces students capable of communicating across the engineering and business boundary of operating comfortably in another culture. The program leads to two degrees: a BSE ChE and an MSE ChE degree. There is no double counting of credits.
This program allows students to complete requirements for both the BSE and MSE degrees in chemical engineering in five years. A research-based option and an industrial-practicum-based option are available. Students typically apply for the program early in the second semester of their junior year. GPA of 3.5 required.
This integrated program allows students to complete a Master’s degree with two semesters of study beyond that required for the BS in chemical engineering. GPA of 3.2 required.
This five year program allows chemical engineering students who are interested in energy systems engineering to complete an MEng Energy Systems degree. It provides better trained energy systems engineers at the entry level of the profession who have a strong chemical engineering background as well. GPA of 3.2 required.
This five year program allows chemical engineering students who are interested in environmental engineering to complete an MSE EWRE degree. It provides better trained environmental engineers at the entry level of the profession who have a strong chemical engineering background as well. GPA of 3.5 required.
This five year program leads to BSE(ChE) and MSE(IOE) degrees. Students typically specialize in Engineering Management, Ergonomics/Safety, Financial Engineering, Health Systems Engineering and Patient Safety, Operations Research, Production/Distribution/Logistics & Transportation (PDL) Systems Statistical, and Decision Making/Quality Engineering
GPA of 3.5 required.
A 3.5 GPA is required to apply for this program.
The program leads to the Master of Engineering in Manufacturing (M.Eng.) as offered by the Program in Manufacturing (PIM) and MEM-TMI simultaneously with a BS in Chemical Engineering. GPA of 3.2 required.
Prof. Ferdinand Poudeu, 2126 HH Dow, (734) 763-8346, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Materials Science and Engineering Graduate Program
This Sequential Undergraduate Graduate Studies (SUGS) program allows students to complete requirements for both degrees in five years. An overall GPA of 3.5 or above at time of admission is required. GRE scores are not required, but will be considered if provided.
The Master of Engineering in Pharmaceutical Engineering Program is currently under review and revision by the College of Engineering. It is currently closed to new students.
This five year BSE in Chemical Engineering and M. Eng. in Pharmaceutical Engineering program will allow qualified undergraduate Chemical Engineering students to complete the practical training but receive a BS and M. Eng. degrees simultaneously within 5 years. GPA of 3.2 required.