Assistantships are available through the College of Engineering and in other offices across campus. They are available on a competitive basis, and may include tuition waivers or a stipend and tuition waiver.
Depending on your assistantship, you may be required to assist with grading, overseeing laboratories and computer labs, and helping professors conduct grant-based research. If you have an interest in a specific research area, we encourage you to contact the professors conducting that research directly.
If you are accepted to the master of chemical engineering program and already have a bachelor of science in chemical engineering, you are automatically considered for a departmental assistantship. If you do not have a BS in chemical engineering, you must complete 75 percent of your leveling courses before you will be considered.