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Curriculum in Chemical Engineering
Administered by the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
With an option in biological engineering. Leading to the degree bachelor of science. Total credits required: 125.5. See also Basic Program and Cooperative Programs.
The department requires satisfactory completion of Engl 150, 250 (or 250H), and the Communications elective.
1Selected from list of department-approved social sciences and humanities (SSH) courses.
2Selected from department-approved list.
3Selected from department-approved list.
4Selected from department-approved list.
5Selected from department-approved list.
6Selected from department-approved list.
7Selected from department-approved list.
*Core professional curriculum. A student must have a minimum grade-point average of 2.00 in this group of courses in order to graduate.
Biological Engineering—ChE 427 replaces ChE 426, BBMB 404 may be substituted for BBMB 301. Electives: Chemistry—BBMB 405 (with BBMB 404), BBMB 420 (with BBMB 301), or Biol 314; ChE—ChE 415, ChE 440, ChE 542 or ChE 562: Professional—select one from ChE 415, ChE 440, ChE 542, ChE 562 or ChE 490 and one from 300-level life sciences (not BBMB 301), 300 or 400-level course in Chem, FS HN or BBMB; Engineering—AE 473, AE 480, BRT 501, CE 421, or MSE 580.