Chemical Engineering Doctoral Program
DegreeDoctor of Philosophy
Advance independent research that addresses some of society’s biggest challenges in the entrepreneurial environment of Stevens’ chemical engineering Ph.D. program.
Approximately 100 graduate students are admitted to the program, allowing them to form a close-knit, collaborative community with one another and with Stevens’ world-class faculty. In our state-of-the-art facilities, you’ll be free to pursue lines of inquiry that interest you most, from biofuels to polymers to pharmaceutical manufacturing. You’ll graduate with a broad range of chemical engineering expertise that positions you to succeed in either academia or industry work.
The Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science offers dynamic opportunities to explore leading-edge research within a close community of faculty mentors. You'll be able to study under a faculty mentor in the area that you find most exciting:
Chemical Engineering & Materials Science Research at Stevens
This program offers you the opportunity to work alongside professors in state-of-the-art laboratories to search for impactful solutions to vitally important societal issues, industry and government issues including sustainability, materials utilization and environmental resource disposal.
The Stevens Advantage
Stevens’ proximity to both Manhattan and New Jersey’s thriving pharmaceutical ecosystem offers students opportunities for both academic collaborations and professional networking.
More Advantages to Our Program
Hands-on experience in laboratory experimentation
The opportunity to engage in one or more advanced research problems in a wide variety of areas
Access to faculty who work at the frontiers of research and state-of-the-art facilities on campus
Collaboration with experts at regional universities and companies