In our teaching facilities, theory meets practice. Our world-class faculty guides students as they learn chemical engineering’s basics and then apply them to gain hands-on knowledge.
Our tri-level, state-of-the-art unit operations laboratory in the center of Goddard Hall allows undergraduate students to apply chemical engineering’s fundamental theories in a lab setting, running real chemical operations. This lab supports work in bioreactor engineering, biochemical research, zeolite crystallization, heat and mass transfer, laser chemistry, catalysis, inorganic membrane studies, adsorption and diffusion, carbon, and reaction and catalyst engineering.
Undergraduate and graduate computer labs are located within the department, in the Computing and Communications Center, and elsewhere on campus. These facilities give students access to the Internet and specialized computer applications.