Chemical Engineering turns the work of chemists and physicists into commercial realities in such fields as pharmaceuticals, electronics, petrochemicals, pollution control, and chemical and nuclear materials. Chemical Engineering majors may select a chemistry, biochemistry, or bioengineering option to further specialize their degree.
Whereas, Environmental Engineering deals with the design and construction of equipment and processes that reduce or eliminate man-made pollutants. Our program is one of only a few programs in the nation providing a stand-alone bachelor’s degree in this field. Students may select from an air-quality or water-quality emphasis. Graduates are prepared for careers in international corporations, local industries, government
agencies, and research organizations.