Biochemical Engineering (MS)

To develop, adapt, and disseminate knowledge and technologies for engineering and managing biochemical systems.


Engineers are needed to transfer the plethora of biochemical discoveries including new drug products and biomaterials into manufacturing processes. The MSBioChemEngr degree provides students with an advanced engineering education; students learn to integrate diverse knowledge in engineering, chemical and biological sciences and gain skills in problem definition as well as use of advanced techniques of data analysis and presentation of original research results. The degree requires twenty-four semester hours of course work, including ENGR 6910, Research Methods, and one hour of seminar (ENGR 8950) and six hours of thesis research. Contact the graduate coordinator for additional details.

College of Engineering
Driftmier Engineering Center
Athens, GA 30602-7501
College of Engineering
101 Driftmier Engineering Center
Athens, GA 30602-7501
Lawrence Hornak