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Graduate Studies

The Department of Chemical Engineering offers research-oriented programs leading to Masters and Doctoral degrees. Students in Chemical Engineering graduate programs experience high-quality, challenging, and exciting interdisciplinary research in a dynamic and cohesive environment.

 

The program has a dynamic group of award-winning researchers that are strongly committed to research, graduate supervision and teaching at a nationally and internationally recognized research university.

 

The objectives of the program are to educate students in advanced concepts and techniques, conduct research inquiry at the forefront of discipline knowledge, and foster independent and critical thought. Independent and critical thought comprise the critical and scholarly skills necessary to conduct research. These objectives are achieved through a combination of course work, thesis and project work, and research seminars.

 

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Laurie Phillips
Tel: 613-533-6000 x74830
Email: phillipsl@queensu.ca
Office: Dupuis 201
Masters of Engineering
Masters of Engineering

The requirements for this program are 8 term length courses. At least 4 term length courses must be taken from the department.

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Masters of Applied Science
Masters of Applied Science

The minimum requirements to be fulfilled are 4 term courses and a thesis. Two graduate courses must be from within the Department of Chemical Engineering.

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Doctor of Philosophy
Doctor of Philosophy

Requirements additional to those in the general regulations are as follows. The minimum course requirement for the PhD beyond the B.Sc. is 7 term courses. Six term courses must be graduate courses.

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Collaborative Masters in Applied Sustainability
Collaborative Masters in Applied Sustainability

The objective of the Collaborative Masters in Applied Sustainability program is to expose students to the implementation of sustainable engineering solutions within the context of broader sustainability theory. To do this properly, engineering students must not only advance their technical education, but must gain insights into how public policy impacts on the success of engineering solutions to multidisciplinary sustainability problems

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Collaborative Biomedical Engineering
Collaborative Biomedical Engineering

The departments of chemical, electrical and mechanical engineering collaborate to support a graduate biomedical engineering program that allows graduate students to access courses and co-supervisors in each department, as well as courses in Anatomy, Cell Biology and Biochemistry

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Course Samples
Course Samples

The statistical design of experiments and the analysis of data in process investigations are considered. Empirical modelling of process behaviour is studied.

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