Master of Science in Chemical Engineering

Master of Science in Chemical Engineering

Classes Start:

August 24

Our Program

At Case Western Reserve University, students pursuing a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering are trained to push frontiers of science and help develop the technologies that will solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges in energy, materials, the environment, human health and more.

Our 11-month accelerated degree program, specifically designed for students with non-chemical engineering undergraduate degrees, is a flexible course-focused option that’s your most direct route to a master’s degree in chemical engineering. In less than a year, our students are fully prepared to maximize their earning potential in one of the fastest-growing fields in industry.  

Application Deadline:

May 15

Request more information about our MS in Chemical Engineering program.

Admission Requirements

When you apply, you can submit unofficial test scores and transcripts to alleviate application costs and logistics. Our teams will review your application materials and make a recommendation. You will only need to supply official transcripts and test scores if you are formally accepted to CWRU. 

Complete online application.

$50 application fee

Two letters of recommendation

Unofficial Transcripts

Unofficial GRE Scores

Statement of Purpose

International Applicants: TOEFL or IELTS

—Blaire Volbers (MS ‘20) 

"The specialized courses and accelerated curriculum allowed me to quickly and effectively transition from a chemist to a chemical engineer"

With a MS in Chemical Engineering, you will have a wide range of high-level career opportunities. Our graduates are universally sought-after for positions in industry, national labs and top-notch universities.

They have built careers at a wide range of employers, including:

  • Merck
  • Intel
  • Lam Research
  • Applied Materials
  • Abbot Laboratories
  • Medtronic 
  • Avery Dennison

Career Outcomes

Daniel Lacks

Chair, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering


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