Illinois Tech has a 125-year legacy of educating students to excel in fields that are technology-focused and idea-driven. Our graduate programs offer a breadth of academic and research opportunities that allow you to focus, specialize, and gain an advanced education in areas of significant innovation. Explore our accredited, nationally recognized programs to find a degree that best suits your desired career path.
Master of Biological Engineering
The objective of this degree program is to prepare students for professional practice in any field of engineering involving heavy emphasis on biological processes, and to provide a foundation in the fundamental knowledge of biological engineering.
Master of Chemical Engineering
Illinois Tech’s Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering (ChBE) — established in 1901 — was one of the first chemical engineering programs in the country. Today, it also continues to be one of the most innovative and on the leading edge of relevance to society and industry.
Master of Chemical Engineering with E3 Specialization
This program has the same requirements as the M.S. degree program, except that, in place of six to eight credit hours of M.S. thesis research, students are required to register for two to five credits of special projects research (CHE 594), plus additional E3 courses with the approval of their advisor.