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Doctoral students in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering are required to complete a series of core courses and electives for a total of 48 credit hours. In the Combined Degree Program, students take core chemical and biomolecular engineering courses in kinetics, thermodynamics and transport phenomena, and focus their electives in the biological sciences by taking courses in biochemistry, cell biology and molecular biology offered by the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program. These classes are held both on the Uptown and Medical School campuses.
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (24 credits)
A maximum of 15 credits of electives and/or CENG 7810 (1-9 credits per course) Advanced Independent Research [See Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Graduate Student Handbook for limitations on the number of Independent Research credits and substitution of remedial CENG courses for Independent Research credits.]
Biomedical Sciences (24 credits)