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Graduate Certificates

Graduate Certificates

Graduate Certificates in Chemical Engineering

UMass Lowell offers the following graduate certificates in chemical engineering:

Biotechnology & Bioprocessing

Seongkyu Yoon, Ph.D.
phone: 978-934-4741

The certificate is intended for students who hold a baccalaureate degree in science, engineering, health, or related disciplines. The courses emphasize biological and engineering principles, process concepts and the application of these to process design and improvement. Courses deliberately cross disciplinary boundaries and emphasize teamwork in a multidisciplinary environment as well as a result-oriented, document-driven approach to efficient project completion.

Required Courses:

Materials Sciences & EngineeringMaterialsSciences

Department of Chemical Engineering

Zhlyong Gu, Ph.D.
phone: 978-934-3540

This 12 credit certificate provides an advanced course of study in materials science and engineering that will broaden and enhance the capabilities and education of experienced professionals and technologists at the graduate level.

Required Course:

  • CHEN.5080 Introduction to Materials Sciences (3 credits)

Elective Courses (choose three):

  • CHEN.5230 Nanodevices and Electronic Materials (3 credits)
  • CHEN.5240 Self Assembly & Nanotechnology (3 credits)
  • CHEN.5290 Recent Advances in Nanotechnology and Green Chemistry (3 credits)
  • CHEN.5330 Macromolecular Colloidal Science and Engineering (3 credits)
  • ENGY.5370 Nanomaterials Characterization I (3 credits)
  • ENGY.5410 Nanomaterials Characterization II (3 credits)

Modeling, Simulation, & Control of Systems & ProcessesModelingSimulationControlSystems

Department of Chemical and Nuclear Engineering

Valmor deAlmeida, Ph.D.
phone: 978-934-5204

The sequence of courses provides advanced training in the modeling and analysis of complex systems with some special focus on thermo-fluid processes and general control system design and analysis. The courses are mathematically intensive and many require the use of modern computer analysis tools (Matlab, Simulink, Aspen, etc.). The graduate certificate program is appropriate for students and professionals interested in gaining skills in mathematical modeling and simulation techniques, and for those individuals interested in updating their knowledge and experience with modern control methods.

This is a 12 credit certificate.

Choose Four Courses:

  • ENGY.5090 System Dynamics (3 credits)
  • CHEN.5220 Computer-Aided Chemical Process Design (3 credits)
  • CHEN.5280 Advanced Transport Phenomena (3 credits)
  • CHEN.5300 Advanced Control Strategies (3 credits)
  • CHEN.5390 Math Methods for Engineers (3 credits)
  • CHEN.5480 Engineering Process Analytics
  • A Technical Elective with the Approval of the Coordinator (3 credits)