BSChE in Chemical Engineering with Emphasis in Environmental
Degree Program Description
The curriculum provides a well-rounded general and rigorous technical education in order to hone an appreciation of the relationship between technology and society. The technical curriculum focuses on the basic sciences, as well as Chemical Engineering theory and practice. Throughout the curriculum, problem solving, design, critical thinking and teamwork skills are built by integrating team-based design projects, laboratories, and reports. Our graduates work in traditional chemical engineering areas such as the petroleum and chemical industries, as well as microelectronics, pharmaceuticals, materials, polymers, environmental protection, consumer products and engineering consulting. Our graduates also pursue careers in business management or government as well as advanced studies in medicine, law, business, basic sciences and other engineering disciplines.
Major Program Requirements
|CH_ENG 3307||Chemical Process Safety and Professional Ethics||3|
|CH_ENG 4220||Hazardous Waste Management||3|
|CH_ENG 4312||Air Pollution Control||3|
|CV_ENG 3200||Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering||4|
Below is a sample plan of study, semester by semester. A student's actual plan may vary based on course choices where options are available.
|MATH 1500||5||CHEM 1330||4|
|CHEM 1320||4||Humanities and Social Science||3|
|CH_ENG 1000||2||MATH 1700||5|
|Humanities and Social Science||3||PHYSCS 2750||5|
|CHEM 2100||3||MATH 4100||3|
|PHYSCS 2760||5||CHEM 2110||3|
|CH_ENG 2225||3||CHEM 2130||2|
|MATH 2300||3||CV_ENG 3200||4|
|Humanities and Social Science||3||Approved Statistics Elective||3|
|Humanities and Social Science||3|
|CHEM 3200||4||CH_ENG 3235||3|
|CH_ENG 2226||3||CH_ENG 3307||3|
|CH_ENG 3234||4||CH_ENG 4311||3|
|CH_ENG 3261||3||Approved Chemical Engineering Elective||3|
|Humanities and Social Science||3||CH_ENG 3262||3|
|CH_ENG 3243||3||CH_ENG 4220||3|
|CH_ENG 4312||3||CH_ENG 4370||3|
|CH_ENG 4363||3||CH_ENG 4980||3|
|CH_ENG 4385||3||Humanities and Social Science||3|
|Total Credits: 128|
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