MSE in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering
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The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering’s reputation is built on our leadership in research that has an impact on the world, the quality of our faculty and students, and the success of our alumni-in fields ranging from academia and a broad array of industries to entrepreneurial ventures. We are an inclusive, diverse, and welcoming community, and our excellence in research and education and our ability to make an impact on the world are tied intrinsically to the contributions and perspectives of individuals from different backgrounds.
Research and teaching in the department are integrated, and students at all levels have opportunities to put their knowledge to practice, working side-by-side with faculty mentors in their labs where they address topics ranging from the development of new therapies to conquer cancer and the creation of earth-friendly biofuels and other sources of energy to the design of molecular electronics and more.
The era of big data has opened new worlds of possibilities in our field, and our faculty are leading advances in areas such as using machine learning approaches to accelerate materials discovery and developing a multiscale algorithm to predict the structure of protein complexes from their constituent proteins.
About the Program
As a master's student in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, you will take part in the latest discoveries and learn about the most current applications of biomolecular research. Our MSE and Ph.D. programs draw upon the excellence of our faculty and are strengthened through our collaborations across the university, including with the renowned Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and other departments in the Whiting School of Engineering.
The Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering department offers several different master’s degrees:
- MSE in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering with three tracks:
- Essay Based MSE
- Course-based MSE
- Design-Based MSE (Chemical Product Design Track)
- INBT Industry Co-Op Program: Students collaborate with major industry partners to offer a credited and paid co-op opportunity.