In the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, we offer two Masters of Science degrees:
- Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering (MS BME)
- Master of Science in Chemical Engineering (MS CHE), and
- we are part of a College-wide Program leading to a Doctorate in Engineering (DRE) degree.
These two degree programs (MS CHE and MS BME) , although with many points in common and overlapping classes, are also different as they address different goals/aims.
The CHE Program is intended for students aiming for a professional career in the Chemical Processing Industry (CPI) or interested in the application of Chemical Engineering principles to problems relevant to Materials Science, the environment, Energy, and related applications
The BME Program, on the other hand, is intended for those students seeking employment in the biomedical or biotechnology industry, or other interdisciplinary areas bridging Medicine and Engineering.
Both degrees also provide an scenario to experience life in Graduate School, while providing a solid foundation for those students planning to continue doctoral studies in Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, or related disciplines.
The pages following, and links provided in the side bar, should give you an overall view about the Cleveland State University environment, the program strengths, conditions for admission and program requirements, the research facilities, the department faculty, their expertise and areas of research interest.
[BME/CHE] Graduate Program Director
Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
1960 East 24th Street, 455 Stilwell Hall
Cleveland, OH 44115
Phone: (216) 687-2569, FAX: (216) 687-9220
Please consult the Graduate Catalog » Master's Program » for updated information on these programs.