MASTERS RESEARCH

Section

Professor

Christopher Durning

Course Information

Prescribed for M.S. and Ch.E. candidates; elective for others with the approval of the Department. Degree candidates are required to conduct an investigation of some problem in chemical engineering or applied chemistry and to submit a thesis describing the results of their work. No more than 6 points in this course may be counted for graduate credit, and this credit is contingent upon the submission of an acceptable thesis. The concentration in pharmaceutical engineering requires a 2 point thesis internship.

Department: Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry(CEAC)

Subject: Chemical Engineering(CHEN)

School: Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science

Division: School of Engineering and Applied Science: Graduate

Course ID: 9400