Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, Swanson School of Engineering
It is possible for students who have a bachelor of science degree in a related science discipline to obtain a master of science or doctor of philosophy degree in chemical engineering provided they meet certain academic requirements. First - The student must have a quality point average in excess of 3.4 before being admitted on a provisional basis as a graduate student in Chemical Engineering. Second - The student must take two bridging courses, CHE 804 and 805, offered as Internet-based courses through Michigan State University before the fall term of their first semester in graduate school. The student must receive at least a B grade in each of these courses. See here for details about CHE 804 and 805. Third - The standard requirements for the degree are met.
For applications to the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering the "competitive" score range for the GRE quantitative section is between 151-166 and 4.5 - 5.5 for the analytical section