Chemical Engineering M.Eng. (Ithaca)
Field of Study
Degree candidates are expected to pursue study and research that will give them a deeper comprehension of the basic and applied sciences and will develop initiative, originality, and creative ability. The thesis or dissertation may involve either research or special projects in such subjects as design, economics, or mathematical analysis. There is no language requirement for students majoring in chemical engineering.
Contact InformationWebsite: https://www.cheme.cornell.edu/cbe/academics/graduate-programs/meng
Phone: 607 255-4550
152 Olin Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
Concentrations by Subject
- advanced materials processing
- applied math and computational methods
- biochemical engineering
- chemical reaction engineering
- classical and statistical thermodynamics
- fluid dynamics, rheology, and biorheology
- heat and mass transfer
- kinetics and catalysis
- surface science
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Application Requirements and Deadlines
For Cornell undergrads seeking early admission to the M.Eng program, the deadline is December 31.
For all other applicants, the deadline is May 26.
Most applicants have satisfactorily completed the equivalent of the fundamental work required by an accredited curriculum in chemical engineering. Outstanding students with undergraduate majors in chemistry, materials science, microbiology, or physics are also encouraged to apply. For such students extra semester or summer term of residence is normally required.
- all Graduate School Requirements, including the English Language Proficiency Requirement for all applicants
- three recommendations required
- resume or C.V.
- GRE is not required
Mastery and Application of Chemical Engineering Knowledge
Problem Formulation, Analysis, Solution and Presentation of Results
Communication of Knowledge, including Analysis and Design
Self-directed Learning and Professional Development