Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering Major

General Requirements For Chemical Engineering Curriculum

1.  The student is required to take six (6) three credit general education courses as follows:

  • Three three-credit courses in the Arts and Humanities. Either Introduction to Ethics (45.203) or      Engineering and Ethics (45.344334) must be used to satisfy one of the Arts and Humanities course requirements. 
  • Three three-credit courses in the Social Sciences. Either Economics I (49.201) or Economics II (49.202) must be used to satisfy one of the Social Science course requirements.
  • A General Education course that fulfills the Diversity requirement must be taken.

2. The student in the Basic Chemical Engineering curriculum must take three chemical engineering technical electives, two other approved technical electives and an approved advanced chemistry elective or equivalent. 

3. The student in the Biological Engineering option must take one technical elective from the recommended list of courses.

4. The student in the Nanomaterials option must take four technical elective from the recommended list of courses and an approved advanced chemisrty elective or equivalent.

5. The student in the Nuclear Engineering option must take one technical elective from the recommended list of courses, another approved technical elective and an approved advanced chemistry elective or equivalent.

6. The student in the Paper Engineering option must take one technical elective from the recommended list of courses, another  approved technical elective and an approved advanced chemistry elective or equivalent.

7. To qualify for graduation, students are required to obtain an overall gpa of 2.0 or higher in departmental courses, in addition to satisfying the general degree requirements of the university.

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