Chemical Engineering MS admissions openings @ OSU | USA: Chemical Engineering at The Ohio State University can trace its roots back over 100 years. Offered initially as a “B.S. in Chemistry from the College of Engineering,” the first degree was awarded to Samuel Vernon Peppel in 1899.. In 1904 the name of the degree changed to “Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering.”
In 2012 groundbreaking took place for the new Koffolt Laboratories, which is located at 151 W. Woodruff Avenue. New Koffolt Laboratories took over ten years to complete, but was well worth the effort. It now offers students and faculty a top-shelf experience in learning, research, and community.
Chemical Engineering MS admissions openings @ OSU | USA
Applicants to this program must meet two sets of criteria:The general minimum criteria established by the Graduate School. (International students, read about international admission.)The additional and often more rigorous program-specific criteria highlighted below. Also see full details about the Chemical Engineering program’s application requirements.
- GRE required; highly recommended: 75% or higher average in Verbal and Quantitative and 4.0 in Analytical Writing
- English language testing requirements
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