Future Grad Students

In the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, you’ll have the chance to join a world-class, innovative research program with specific strength in the areas that are shaping our world.

Our faculty features world leaders in their field, and these experts work in a collegial, innovative environment with students.

Our department is based on Centennial Campus, the nation’s top university research campus. NC State is in Raleigh, home to the No. 2 fastest-growing tech job market in the country, according to Forbes magazine.

Have questions about the graduate program? Contact Mrs. Sandra Bailey (Graduate Program Administrator) or Dr. Saad Khan (Director of the Graduate Program).

Support for Students — and Research

We provide financial assistance to all non-self-supported doctoral students: Our Ph.D. students receive a stipend ($26,000 in 2015), plus tuition and health insurance. We accept students into the Master of Science program with their own financial support.

All of our graduate students can expect to be immersed in a culture that values and invests in research. NC State ranks fifth nationally in research spending on chemical engineering.