Apply for Graduate Admission
Apply for the graduate program online.
We only accept applications for fall semesters.
The application deadline is December 23rd.
To apply to the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering program (M.S.Ch.E), in Part 4 of the Application for Graduate Admission, Admission Objective, select Chemical Engineering (MS) from the Degree Objective drop-down list.
To apply to the Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (Ph.D.), in Part 4 of the Application for Graduate Admission, Admission Objective, select Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (PHD) from the Degree Objective drop-down list.
The Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering adheres to the Admissions Policies of UNL Graduate Studies. Prospective students are required to submit all documents by the specified application deadlines and meet the minimum entrance criteria outlined on the Application Checklist.
Departmental admission requirements above some of the baseline requirements mandated by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are: for graduate admission in full standing, a candidate must secure: A) minimum GRE scores in the 85 and 75 percentile for its quantitative and verbal modules, respectively, and a score of 3.0 for its analytical writing component. B) A cumulative grade point average of 3.0 in a scale of 4.0 or better in its undergraduate degree.
Incoming Students with a Chemical Engineering Background
An undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from an ABET-accredited (or equivalent) program is considered the necessary previous experience for direct admittance into the PhD program.
Incoming Students Without a Chemical Engineering Background
Each applicant in this situation will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. The College of Engineering requires that a PhD student must pass a Qualifying Examination within 3 to 4 semesters of enrolling in a PhD program (see Qualifying Examination for PhD Candidates). Thus, the applicant should be aware of this deadline.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
The University has additional requirements for international students including degrees, transcripts, financial resources and Visa forms, and English proficiency.
For more information on these requirements please visit the Graduate Studies Website.
For further questions please contact Nicole Church, firstname.lastname@example.org (402) 472-5377