UToledo’s chemical engineering faculty and students conduct research at the intersection of material science, energy and sustainability.
The College of Engineering is one of The University of Toledo's premier colleges. We attract bright, motivated students.
Our chemical engineering faculty are second to none. They lead UToledo's efforts in alternative energy and materials research. They mentor graduate students and encourage collaboration on research.
UToledo offers a research-based Ph.D. program and three master's degree options in chemical engineering:
The chemical engineering graduate programs balance theory and practice, course work and research, entrepreneurship and environmental sustainability.
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First-of-its-kind green chemistry and engineering master's degree. UToledo's unique professional science master's degree (P.S.M.) in green chemistry and engineering allows you to:
Cutting-edge graduate labs. UToledo's chemical engineering students have access to the state-of-the-art material characterization facilities in the:
Entrepreneurship. Our students have opportunities to work with business faculty and the UToledo technology transfer office to commercialize an invention or innovation.
The polymer concentration. Pursue a concentration in polymer studies as a master's or Ph.D. student. Professors in UToledo’s Polymer Institute teach the courses. The institute conducts polymer and plastics research and development.
Pay your way. Nearly 100% of our graduate students receive financial support through scholarships or teaching and research assistantships.
More than 90% of UToledo chemical engineering graduates with advanced degrees have jobs upon graduation.
Master's students have been accepted into doctoral programs at:
Our doctoral students most commonly accept full-time employment in industry, academia or government. They have been hired by:
Some are accepted into post-doctoral research associate positions at universities, including:
Dr. Felecia McInnis Nave (Ph.D. ’05) is provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs at North Carolina Central University.
Yu Shi (Ph.D. ’98) is senior director of global research and external technology acquisition at Coca-Cola Global in Atlanta.
The graduate chemical engineering curriculum emphasizes the study of:
Graduate students choose electives from several areas, including:
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Chemical engineering graduate students learn from and collaborate with faculty members known worldwide for their cutting-edge research.
Our faculty members are pioneering, global leaders in:
Our graduate chemical engineering faculty includes:
UToledo chemical engineering Ph.D. candidates conduct research in a variety of areas, including: