Doctor of Philosophy in Plastics Engineering
The Doctor of Philosophy program in Plastics Engineering is designed to produce qualified professionals for technical management positions in the plastics industry, as well as for administrative positions in government and for teaching careers in colleges and universities.
The goal of the Doctor of Philosophy program is to develop decision-making engineers with sound theoretical and technical research knowledge who are design and development oriented and who also have a firm background in engineering management. This interdisciplinary program encompasses study in materials, design, processing, mathematics, computer science, and management.
Please follow the link below to the graduate course catalog for detailed requirements for the Ph.D. in Plastics Engineering program.
Ph.D. in Polymer Science with an Option in Plastics Engineering
A doctoral program in chemistry with an option in Polymer Science/Plastics Engineering is offered jointly with the Polymer Science group in the Department of Chemistry. The program is designed to provide the student with a background in advanced course work and laboratory techniques which will prepare him of her to carry out, under the guidance of experienced scientists, an original, independent investigation leading to an acceptable contribution to the body of contemporary knowledge.