This handbook is a collection of guidelines and other useful information especially designed for graduate students in the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department. Its purpose is to provide the student with a clear description of the academic regulations that the student is expected to follow during graduate study, to describe the facilities and support available to the student within the Department and University, and to aid the student in getting settled and adjusting to life at Tulane and in New Orleans.
The information provides a guide for new and continuing graduate students on matters relating to graduate curriculum, graduate policies and procedures, forms needed during the completion of the degree, university policies, campus offices, and practical information on New Orleans.
Admissions to the graduate programs in the School of Science and Engineering are highly selective and competitive. You may apply to the graduate programs using the School of Science and Engineering's online application. The School of Science and Engineering does not support paper applications.
The Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering invites prospective graduate students to write to us regarding Ph.D. opportunities at Tulane. Interested students are encouraged to apply by completing the free online application.
Learn more about the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering faculty's research and areas of study, with research topics ranging from Bioenvironmental Research, Biotechnology, Catalysis, and Colloid and Interfacial Science to Surface Science, Thermodynamics, and Transport Phenomena.
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