The Master of Science in Chemical Engineering at Washington State University is a cutting-edge program that provides students with a comprehensive education in the fundamentals of chemical engineering. This 1-2 year program features a dynamic curriculum focusing on three primary research areas: sustainable energy systems, biomolecular engineering, and biomechanics. Students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through various projects and laboratory courses that focus on topics such as catalysis and kinetics; fuel cells; biofilm engineering; novel sensor technologies; cardiac and reproductive molecular engineering; and molecular, cellular, and musculoskeletal mechanics. Graduates from this program are well-equipped for careers in industry or academia, capable of making an impactful contribution to various industries, including energy production, healthcare, biotechnology, and more. With a strong network of alumni and partnerships with industry leaders, this program provides students with excellent career prospects and the potential to make meaningful advancements within their chosen field.