The B.S./M.S.E. program in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering allows undergraduate engineering students to continue their studies toward a Master of Science in Engineering immediately after completing the Bachelor of Science. The Whiting School of Engineering offers a fifty percent tuition waiver for this program after students have completed eight full-time semesters at Hopkins.
Students may choose one of two options to complete their M.S.E degree.
Students may complete their degree with six graduate level courses and a research essay (with presentation). Click here for the full requirements list.
Students may complete their degree with ten graduate level courses. Click here for the full requirements list.
Seniors: Select the drop-down for M.S.E in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Juniors: Select the drop-down for Concurrent/Combined
Admissions decisions are made based on a variety of criteria, including undergraduate GPA. Students are expected to have an undergraduate GPA of at least 2.8 (preferably higher) to be admitted to the B.S./M.S.E. program.
1. Consult with your faculty advisor to determine when/if you should apply.
2. Inform the ChemBE Academic Program Coordinator of your intent to apply in order to receive detailed instructions.
3. Begin an online application through the Apply Yourself application system.
* Seniors: Select the drop-down for M.S.E in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
* Juniors: Select the drop-down for Concurrent/Combined
4. Request ONE letter of recommendation. To bypass the ApplyYourself system’s requirement for three letters, please enter any names and leave the e-mail address field blank.
* Research and Coursework Option Applicants: The recommendation letter should come from your proposed research advisor.
* Coursework Only Option Applicants:The recommendation letter should come from your undergraduate faculty advisor.
5. Attach a Statement of Purpose to your application.
** GRE and TOEFL examinations are not required for admission.
Contact the Academic Program Coordinator or the Director for the Master Program for more information:
Dr. Joelle Frechette
Director for the Master Program
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Maryland Hall 121
Academic Program Coordinator