Best Grad School for Chemical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, MA)
MIT Department of Chemical Engineering “ChemE” undergraduate and graduate program has got a top ranking by US News & World Report’s. The Department's remarkable history is alive and still continues to make an impact in research labs, corporate and R&D sector around the world.
California Institute of Technology (Pasadena, CA)
The California Institute of Technology is one of the world's preeminent institutions of science and engineering. Caltech gives its Students opportunity to enjoy virtually unlimited research opportunities and close interaction with professors. The Caltech chemical engineering department enables students and faculty to contribute to the solution of a wide range of critical problems and to assist in creating new spheres of science and technology.
University of California-Berkeley (Berkeley, CA)
UC Berkeley’s Chemical engineering department works to advance society through education and research. It provides students the scientific understanding and technical skills. UC Berkeley is ranked the top public university in the world by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. US News & World Report ranked our Chemical engineering graduate program in third place.
Stanford University (Stanford, CA)
Stanford University Chemical engineering department educates graduate and undergraduate students and create fundamental knowledge and pioneering technologies in the chemical sciences and engineering. The chemical engineer requires a complete and quantitative understanding of both the engineering and scientific principles and Stanford University provides its students both through the curriculum it follows.
University of Minnesota- Twin Cities (Minneapolis, MN)
The Chemical Engineering Program at the University of Minnesota is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. Research activities in the Chemical Engineering and Materials Science (CEMS) Department focus on the development of renewable energy technologies, the development of advanced materials, and the application of sophisticated mathematical and theoretical models.
Princeton University (Princeton, NJ)
Princeton's program in chemical engineering is part of a distinguished tradition of graduate education and scientific research at the University. Each chemical engineering undergraduate at Princeton University can develop an academic program that reflects his or her aspirations and pursuits. Princeton University is an institution where teaching of the highest quality coexists with world-class research that defines the frontiers of knowledge.
University of Texas- Austin “Cockrell” (Austin, TX)
The Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin is a top ranked epicenter of engineering pedagogy, and knowledge creation. Situated in the heart of Austin, Texas, the Cockrell School directly benefits from being located in one of the most rapidly growing innovative technology hubs in the country. The Cockrell school of Engineering- Chemical Engineering undergraduate program is at No.4 position and graduate program is at No.5 position by U.S. News & World Report ranking.
University of Wisconsin-Madison (Madison, WI)
Undergraduate and graduate Chemical Engineering program at Wisconsin provides an environment that is characterized by a unique diversity of opportunities, ranging from service and outreach activities to international education programs to a world-class research environment, both within the department and across campus. Wisconsin as a whole ranks consistently as one of the world's leading universities and for decades the department has maintained top-ten rankings in both undergraduate and graduate programs.
University of California-Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara, CA)
The Department of Chemical Engineering at UC Santa Barbara is committed to excellence in teaching and research. The department of chemical engineering is widely recognized among the very best in the country - recently ranked 2nd by the National Research Council. The undergraduate program is fully accredited.
Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, GA)
The School of Chemical & Bimolecular Engineering (ChBE) at Georgia Institute of Technology is ranked among the top ten engineering programs in the nation for both its graduate and undergraduate programs; the school is also one of the oldest and most diverse programs. The students at ChBE have many opportunities for hands-on, interdisciplinary technological research.