Bioprocessing & Bioenergy, MS - Professional Science Master's

for the degree of Master of Bioprocessing & Bioenergy: Professional Master's Concentration


department website: Bioprocessing & Bioenergy

department faculty: Bioprocessing & Bioenergy Faculty


overview of college admissions & requirements: TSM admissions


email: hcrump@illinois.edu


for the degree of Master of Bioprocessing & Bioenergy: Professional Master's Concentration


The curriculum requires 42 graduate hours, consisting of a core and elective program, in addition to the required PSM concentration. The areas of specialty are Plants, Soils and Feedstocks; Production, Processing and Use; Environment, Economics and Policy & Law, and Tools and Methods.

Business courses prescribed by the Illinois PSM program10
PSM 501PSM Industry Seminar I0
PSM 502PSM Industry Seminar II0
PSM 503PSM Industry Seminar III0
PSM 555PSM Internship0
ABE 594Graduate Seminar (Required for 2 semesters)0
TSM 486Grain Bioprocessing Coproducts3
Courses (7 to 9) in the area of specialty from a designated list, and in consultation with the Director of Graduate Study29
Total Hours42

Other Requirements1

Other requirements may overlap
A PSM concentration is required.
Minimum 500-level Hours Required Overall: 12
Minimum Hours Required Within the Unit: 8 at the 500 level
Students will not be eligible to transfer graduate credit into this major. See individual program pages for specific details of disciplinary requirements.
Minimum GPA: 2.75