Two students in an engineering lab setting.

Alex De Visscher: “We have ambitious research goals and are on an aggressive growth trajectory. The students we welcome into these programs will need to stand out.”

 

Concordia University’s Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science has announced that it will be offering graduate degrees in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering. The school will be offering master’s and doctoral programs with a variety of themes of study, including renewable energy, rethinking manufacturing techniques and materials, and lowering emissions. The move will expand Concordia’s research capacity and allow it to join global conversations. “These new graduate-level programs will enable us to bring fresh perspectives to existing chemical engineering conversations to benefit industry and society. This milestone further solidifies our position as a top research school in Canada,” said Paula Wood-Adams, interim VP of research and graduate studies and professor of chemical and materials engineering.

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