The Department of Chemical and Paper Engineering offers three B.S. programs (paper engineering, chemical engineering, and graphic and printing science), an M.S. program, and a Ph.D. program in paper and imaging science and engineering, which provide extensive scientific and technical education.
In addition, the department offers an M.S. program in chemical engineering and a Ph.D. program in engineering. These programs prepare graduates for professional employment in research and development, manufacturing, process engineering, marketing, and management. The paper program focuses on pulp, paper, environmental and allied fields. The graphic and printing science program emphasizes printing science, prepress operations, inks, and related fields. The chemical engineering program focuses on the chemical process industries, with emphasis on energy management, inks and imaging, life sciences, pollution prevention and pulp and paper.