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    Formally established as a separate department in 1920, Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Chemical Engineering department (ChemE) has not only set the standard for instruction and research in the field, it continues to redefine the discipline's frontiers. With one of three undergraduate programs focusing on chemical-biological engineering for students interested in the emerging biotech and life sciences industries, and two of three graduate programs providing an experiential course of study in chemical engineering practice in collaboration with Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sloan School of Management, Chemical Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology is quite unlike chemical engineering anywhere else.

    Graduate study provides both rigorous training in the fundamental core discipline of chemical engineering and the opportunity to focus on specific subdisciplines. In addition to completing the four core subject requirements in thermodynamics, reaction engineering, numerical methods, and transport phenomena, students select a research advisor and area for specialization.

    • Numerical Methods in Chemical Engineering
    • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
    • Analysis of Transport Phenomena
    • Chemical Reactor Engineering

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    Field(s) of interestPersonal information/addressesInternational student dataThree or more names and e-mail addresses of letter writersScanned copies of your College TranscriptsScanned copies of your GRE ScoresFor international students, scanned copies of your TOEFL or IELTS scoresEducational and work historyStatement of objectivesOutside financial support and potential outside supportCredit/debit card payment of $75 English Language Requirements TOEFL paper-based test score : 577 TOEFL iBT® test: 90
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