Chemical Engineering Professional Master's Program
The Charles D. Davidson School of Chemical Engineering at Purdue University initiated the Professional Master’s Program (PMP) to meet the needs of the ever-evolving work environment for chemical engineers. The purpose of establishing this program was to provide students from both chemical engineering and non-chemical engineering undergraduate backgrounds the opportunity to supplement their education with a curriculum that prepares them for success as technical managers.
The PMP is a full time, 12 – 16 month, non-thesis M.S. program designed specifically to prepare graduates for specialized careers in industry, academia, and government. Through a combination of rigorous coursework in chemical engineering, business and management, and a summer research project, students obtain advanced specialized education and professional management skill training to prepare them for success as technical managers.
12-Month Program: Students take a combination of advanced technical and management courses, earning a Master’s of Science in Chemical Engineering.
Specially Tailored Coursework: Students choose from 6 concentration areas to gain specialized knowledge suited to their interests and goals.
Real-World Problem Solving and Innovation: Students work with industry leaders and our world-renowned faculty on a 6-credit hour capstone project.
Advanced Professional Development Programs: Students receive one-on-one counseling and career development to prepare for success at Purdue and beyond.
Career Catalyzation: Most graduates enter careers in diverse fields, often on advanced leadership tracks, while some students pursue further education, such as a PhD or MBA.