Chemical engineering was first taught at OU in 1912, making OU one of the oldest in the country, granting the first graduate degree in 1918.
Over the years that followed, the program has developed curricula with traditional strength in fundamentals, while tailoring electives for specializations suited to contemporary and future industrial need. Today, The Chemical Engineering program at the University of Oklahoma is one of the largest programs in the College of Engineering.
Our dynamic faculty are dedicated to a program of the highest quality and to leadership at the forefront of the profession it serves. This dedication and the cooperative spirit of SCBME faculty has fueled a superior level of productivity.
Degree options, including sustainability, bioengineering, and pre-medical, allow students the opportunity to tailor their undergraduate education to their particular interests within chemical engineering.
Our faculty research and education programs include exciting new areas such as tissue and genetic engineering, nanostructured materials, water purification, sustainable processes, and sustainable energy production.
Chemical engineers are among the best equipped to attack and solve problems. The University of Oklahoma is among the best institutions in the nation to prepare you for a career in chemical engineering.
School of Sustainable Chemical, Biological and Materials Engineering
University of Oklahoma
Sarkeys Energy Center, Room T-301
100 E. Boyd St.
Norman, OK 73019-1004
Telephone: (405) 325-5811
Toll Free within USA: 1 (800) 601-9360
Graduate Program email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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