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Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

Divisions

  • Whiting School of Engineering

Concentrations

  • Nanotechnology
  • Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering
  • Cell & Tissue Engineering
  • Energy
  • Environment

Degrees

  • Doctoral
  • Major
  • Master's

Format

  • In-person

Frequency

  • Full-time
  • Part-time

What is Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering?

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (ChemBE) is at the molecular level interface between the physical sciences and the life sciences. It is about discovery and innovation in areas ranging from pharmaceuticals and biotechnology (such as creating the next big cancer drug or treatment) to renewable energy (such as producing biofuels from algae) to nanodevices (such as miniaturized surgical tools), and more.

Why Hopkins?

Chemical and biomolecular engineering students at Johns Hopkins become part of an extensive research network, tackling society’s greatest challenges in state-of-the art facilities with renowned scientists and engineers from across the Homewood campus, Johns Hopkins Medicine, the Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology, and the Applied Physics Laboratory. Our undergraduate program offers two program concentrations - Interfaces and Nanotechnology and Molecular and Cellular Engineering - with an emphasis on experiential learning, including senior design projects, internships with leading chemical and pharmaceutical companies, as well as government agencies.

Part-time Programs

Working professionals who wish to pursue a M.S. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering part-time may choose the Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals (EP) evening and weekend program. Available degree concentrations include Biochemical Engineering, Environmentally Conscious Processing, and Polymer Engineering.

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