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The Gene and Linda Voiland School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering

Graduate Programs

The Gene and Linda Voiland School offers graduate students:

Through the Voiland School, students can earn advanced degrees in Chemical Engineering or Bioengineering. Many faculty members participate in a highly interdisciplinary NIH Protein Biotechnology Graduate Student Training Grant or by conducting research at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Discover more about the Graduate Programs in the Voiland School by following the links on this page.

Chemical Engineering

Through the Voiland School, students may earn either a Master of Science (MS) or a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Chemical Engineering. Within the Chemical Engineering program, we specialize in the development of sustainable energy solutions, understanding environmental systems, and developing systems and devices to improve the health of individuals everywhere. Students may receive chemical engineering degrees working with faculty in Pullman or on the TriCities campus, including adjunct faculty whose primary appointment is elsewhere. If you would like further information about joining our graduate programs in Chemical Engineering, please contact Samantha Bailey via email (please include your name and a valid return email address) or you can write to us at:

Washington State University
Chemical Engineering Graduate Program
P.O. Box 646515
Pullman, WA 99164-6515

Bioengineering

Students interested in Bioengineering generally customize the Engineering Science degree programs in order to focus on various aspects of bioengineering. This allows PhD students to have a great deal of flexibility and work with faculty mentors from various academic units. Alternatively, students interested in bioengineering are encouraged to enroll in disciplinary PhD programs in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Neuroscience, Pharmaceutical Sciences, or Molecular Biosciences, depending on their particular interests and those of their academic mentor. If you would like further information about our graduate program in Bioengineering, please contact Samantha Bailey via email (please include your name and a valid return email address) or you can write to us at:

Washington State University
Bioengineering Graduate Program
P.O. Box 646515
Pullman, WA 99164-6515