Program description

The chemical engineering faculty offer a graduate program leading to the MS in chemical engineering.

Areas of research emphasis include but are not limited to:

  • atmospheric aerosols
  • biomolecular engineering
  • biosensors
  • chemical therapies for neurodegenerative diseases
  • composite material synthesis and characterization
  • electrochemistry
  • electronic materials processing
  • engineering education
  • flexible display technology
  • fuel cells
  • inorganic membranes
  • process design and operations
  • protein synthesis
  • surface, interface and colloidal science
  • transport phenomena in living systems
  • water purification
*GRE Waiver: GRE scores are useful, but not required for Chemical Engineering MS or PhD applicants. Official score sent by ETS only. Guideline for the GRE: verbal 146+, quantitative 159+, analytical 3.5+. Institution code for ASU: 4007; there is no department code.


Priority application deadlines

Fall:      December 31
Spring:  August 1

Contact Us

School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy
ECG 207| [email protected] | 480-965-4979