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2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Chemical Engineering, B.S.CH.E


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(Leading to the Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering Degree)

Curriculum


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Fifth Year (MS Program)


See note 8

Note:


1 This course not included in 128-hour curriculum.
   
2 ENGR 1120  can be any programming language offering.
   
3 Students must apply to the CHE Fast-Track MS program by the end of their second junior term.
   
4

Three hours of Technical Electives can be from any of the following courses:

  1. Any College of Engineering course at the 3000 or 4000 level.
  2. Any BIOL/CHEM/MATH/PHYS at the 3000 or 4000 level.
  3. CEE 2100 
  4. Any course with the prior approval of the ChE Undergraduate Program Coordinator.
  5. Note that CEE 2100 , BIOL 3200 , and ECE 3810  cannot count both as a Technical Elective and as part of the CEE 2100 /ECE 3810 /BIOL 3200  option.
   
5 Three hours of ChE Technical Electives must come from one of the following courses:
  1. CHE 4330 (5330) - Polymer Engineering 
  2. CHE 4661 (5661) - Transport in Biochemical and Biological Processes 
  3. CHE 4950 (5950) - Introduction to MicroElectroMechanical Systems (MEMS) 
  4. CHE 4990 - Undergraduate Research 
   
6 Students enrolled in the fast-track BS/MS program must complete all requirements for both the BS and MS degrees as outlined in the Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs, respectively. Students must meet all admission requirements to graduate program.
   
7 Fast-Track ChE BS/MS students will register for CHE 4911  in which graduate research topics will be discussed.
   
8 Additional details to complete the BS/MS Fast Track program are shown in the Graduate Catalog and are available in the Department of Chemical Engineering office.

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