32 credit hours
Students pursuing the M.S. in Chemical Engineering with E3 specialization are required to take CHE 543 and select at least one course from Group A and one course from Group B, and register for up to eight credit hours of M.S. thesis preparation (CHE 591) in an interdisciplinary E3 area. In addition, the students are required to take all required core courses for the M.S. in Chemical Engineeering degree.
Students may apply up to 12 credit hours of 400-level courses to the M.S. degree requirements with their advisors approval. Students are also encouraged to register or attend the interdisciplinary graduate seminar (CHE 593) or general seminars offered in energy and/or sustainability areas by WISER.