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Mission and Values

All activities conducted by the Chemical Engineering & Materials Engineering faculty and staff are focused on the achievement of our mission and vision statements, as follows:

Vision Statement of the Programs

  • To be recognized both nationally and internationally for excellence in chemical & materials engineering
  • To be of service to the citizens of the Commonwealth
  • To be the preferred choice of students seeking chemical & materials engineering education, companies hiring chemical & materials engineering graduates and organizations seeking engineering knowledge

Mission Statement of the Programs

  • To provide education, research and service in a scholarly environment
  • To prepare our students for successful professional careers
  • To meet the needs of our constituents
  • To extend the body of knowledge
  • To improve the quality of life

Educational Objectives of the Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Program:

Graduates of the chemical engineering program at the University of Kentucky will:

  • Excel in their chosen career pathways as practicing chemical engineers or through the pursuit of advanced technical or professional degrees
  • Impact their profession through effective leadership, communication, teamwork and creative solution strategies to address global and societal issues
  • Apply their engineering training to contribute to the health, safety, environmental and economic well-being of their communities
  • Seek continuing education, professional development and career advancement opportunities

Educational Objectives of the Materials Engineering Undergraduate Program:

Graduates of the materials engineering program at the University of Kentucky will:

  • Excel in their chosen career pathways as practicing materials engineers or through the pursuit of advanced technical or professional degrees
  • Impact their profession through effective leadership, communication, teamwork and creative solution strategies to address global and societal issues
  • Apply their engineering training to contribute to the health, safety, environmental and economic well-being of their communities
  • Seek continuing education, professional development and career advancement opportunities.