Our Master of Science in Chemical Engineering (MSChE) will prepare you in a learning environment that combines chemical engineering practice with technical research so that you can play an active part in contributing to the growing body of knowledge, research and development, both regionally and internationally.
In this program, you will gain excellent all-around technical, analytical and practical skills to handle major assignments in the chemical engineering field.
Our master's degree in chemical engineering is based on high standards, similar to those followed in the United States.
It will strengthen your knowledge in the important topics of transport phenomena, thermodynamics, kinetics and reactor design, as well as mathematics.
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The mission of the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering (MSChE) program at AUS is to prepare professionals for advanced careers and/or doctoral studies related to chemical engineering. The program is continuously striving to create a stimulating academic environment that promotes excellence in teaching and research to assist the students in becoming competent, innovative and responsible professionals.
Graduates of the MSChE program will be prepared to:
Upon graduation, an AUS MSChE graduate should demonstrate the ability to:
If you think our Master of Science in Chemical Engineering is the right program to open up exciting professional opportunities for you, apply now online.
What are our admission and program requirements? What courses are taught in our program? Do students need to complete a master's thesis? The links and information below provide answers to these and other questions that you may have.
In addition to meeting the university's general graduate admission requirements, applicants must meet specific requirements of the MSChE program. Applicants must hold a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from an independently accredited university recognized by AUS. Degreed individuals in engineering fields or a quantitative science field that is closely related to the program may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
An applicant with a bachelor's degree in technology (or less than four years of university-level work) will not normally be admitted to our program.
Students in this program choose from two options: a thesis option and a non-thesis (professional project) option. The links below provide more details.
A complete guide for preparing the thesis/project is available on the Office of Graduate Studies ilearn page.