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Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering

Chemical. Materials. Bioengineering.

Chemical engineers work in numerous industries from manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and food processing to microelectronics, biotechnology and environmental health and safety. Using their technical knowledge — especially of chemistry — chemical engineers do everything from address environmental issues to design clothing fibers and ensure drugs are produced safely.

Our faculty and experts in their field and active in research, providing students opportunities to get involved and work on real-world projects.

Our campus is close to world-class research facilities, including Wright Patterson Air Force Base, the University of Dayton Research Institute, GE Aviation and Emerson Climate Technologies creating strong, real-world research possibilities.

Student working with chemicals in a lab.


Chemical and Materials Engineering and Bioengineering, Dr. Kristen Krupa, Department Chair

Kettering Laboratories
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0256