Student Learning Outcomes
1. To complete coursework that provide advanced understanding of the fundamentals of chemical engineering and enables students to apply this information to novel and emerging problems.
2. To present research to local, regional, national, and international audiences through publications in professional journals and/or conference papers given in range of venues, from graduate seminars to professional meetings.
3. To participate in appropriate professional organizations.
4. To broaden their professional foundations through activities such as: facilitating instruction via TA appointments, internships, fellowships, laboratory rotations and participation in proposal preparation.
5. To prepare students to be effective chemical engineering researchers.
6. To attract, retain and graduate high-quality students.
7. To attract, retain and advance research-active faculty.
8. To provide regional, national, and international opportunities for collaboration.