School of Engineering

Research & Design

In undergraduate chemical engineering, you'll apply the principles of physical sciences, economics and human relations to research, design, build and manage projects in the Marianist tradition. Our curriculum is basic training for positions in diverse areas of manufacturing and for future graduate studies that could lead to an advanced degree.

Chemical Engineering

The first part of our curriculum provides your mathematics, physics and chemistry base. The second part offers you a balance between classroom and laboratory experiences and covers topics such as transport phenomena, thermodynamics, kinetics and reactor design, separation processes, fluid flow and heat transfer operations and process control and design.

Concentration in Energy Systems — Chemical

This rapidly growing concentration is open to all engineering students to discuss energy systems and its social consequences.

Bachelor's Plus Master's Engineering Program

The School of Engineering offers a combined Bachelor's Plus Master's Program leading to a bachelor's degree in an engineering major (chemical, civil, computer, electrical, mechanical, or technology) and a master's degree. Physics majors (College of Arts and Sciences) may also participate. 

If you're interested in this program, you should consult your department to determine exactly when this request should be made. Admission requirements include a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 and permission from the chairperson of the department corresponding to the student's undergraduate major.


Chemical Processing
Composite Materials
Materials Engineering
Polymer Materials

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Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering

Kettering Laboratories 524 
300 College Park 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0256