Graduate training in Columbia's Chemical Engineering department offers research and education experience in a range of frontier areas of modern technology and fundamental science.
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Admitted graduate students must demonstrate better than B-average performance in a science or engineering undergraduate curriculum. While most applicants for the graduate program have an undergraduate degree in chemical engineering, it is not necessarily a requirement. The field of chemical engineering is broad in its scope, so we encourage applicants who hold degrees in chemistry, physics, materials science, or any engineering discipline to apply. Students admitted to our program with such backgrounds are normally required to complete several undergraduate chemical engineering courses. The exact program is adapted to each applicant's previous training.
For further information: http://engineering.columbia.edu/admissions/grad