Plan of Study Grid
First Year
1st SemesterTerm Credits
CHEM 121
Fundamentals of Chemical Principles I
or General Chemistry I
3
FED 101 Fundamentals of Engineering Design 2
HUM 101 English Composition: Writing, Speaking, Thinking I 3
MATH 111 Calculus I 4
STS 201 Understanding Technological Society 3
FRSH SEM Freshman Seminar 0
Physical Education:GUR 1
 Term Credits16
2nd Semester
CHE 101 Introduction to Chemical Engineering 0
CHEM 124 General Chemistry Laboratory 1
CHEM 126 General Chemistry II 3
CS 115 Intro. to CS I in C++ 3
HUM 102 English Composition: Writing, Speaking, Thinking II 3
MATH 112 Calculus II 4
PHYS 111 Physics I 3
PHYS 111A Physics I Laboratory 1
Physical Education Elective:GUR 1
 Term Credits19
Second Year
1st Semester
CHE 210 Chemical Process Calculations I 2
CHE 210W Chemical Process Calculations I 0
CHE 230 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I 3
CHE 230W Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I Workshop 0
CHEM 245 Organic Chemistry for Chemical Engineers 4
MATH 211 Calculus III A 3
Select one of the following: 3
The Pre-Modern World  
The Modern World  
The Twentieth-Century World  
ECON 201 Economics 3
 Term Credits18
2nd Semester
CHEM 238 Analytical/Organic Chem Lab for Chemical Engineers 2
CHE 240 Chemical Process Calculations II 3
CHE 240W Chemical Process Calculations II 0
CHE 260 Fluid Flow 3
CHEM 236 Physical Chemistry for Chemical Engineers 4
MATH 222 Differential Equations 4
 Term Credits16
Third Year
1st Semester
CHE 342 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics II 3
CHE 370 Heat and Mass Transfer 4
CHE 380 Introduction to Biotechnology 3
ENG 352 Technical Writing 3
CHEM 339 Analytical/Physical Chem Lab for Chemical Engineers 2
MATH 225 Survey of Probability and Statistics 1
 Term Credits16
2nd Semester
CHE 312 Chemical Process Safety 3
CHE 349 Kinetics and Reactor Design 3
CHE 360 Separation Processes I 2
CHE 365 Techniques for Process Simulation 2
CHE 396 Chemical Engineering Laboratory I 3
PHYS 121 Physics II 3
PHYS 121A Physics II Laboratory 1
 Term Credits17
Fourth Year
1st Semester
CHE 460 Separation Processes II 2
CHE 489 Process Dynamics and Control 3
CHE 375 Structure, Properties and Processing of Materials 3
CHE 496 Chemical Engineering Laboratory II 3
IE 492 Engineering Management 3
Technical Elective 1 3
 Term Credits17
2nd Semester
CHE 472 Process and Plant Design 4
Technical Elective 2 3
Technical Elective 3 3
Humanities and Social Sciences (upper-level) Capstone Seminar: GUR 2 3
Humanities and Social Sciences (upper-level) Elective:GUR 3 3
 Term Credits16
 Total Credits135
1

Technical Electives: Student must complete 9 credits of technically oriented subject-related courses approved by his or her advisor. Acceptable subjects include, but are not limited to:

(1) CHE 310 Co-op Work Experience I

(2) CHE 491 Research and Independent Study I and CHE 492 Research and Independent Study II

(3) Courses taken within a Minor requirements

(4) Graduate level course taken within BS/MS or BS/PHD program

(5) Courses in ACCT 200:699 or BME 300:699 or CE 300:699 or CHE 300:699 or CHEM 300:699 or CPT 300:499 or ECE 200:699 or ENE 200:699 or ENTR 400:500 or EM 600:699 or EPS300:699 or EVSC300:699 or FIN 200:699 or HRM300:699 or MATH 300:699 or MGMT 300:699 or ME 300:699 or MRKT 300:499 or MTSE 300:699 or NANO 488 or OM 375 or PHB 600:699 or PHEN 500:699 or PHYS 200:699 (**)

Note (**) only one 200 level course is allowed in a case a 300 level course needs a 200 level course as a pre-requisite.

2

All students must take one 400-level capstone seminar offered by the Dept. of Humanities and Social Sciences.

3

 One 300-level course in Literature, History, Philosophy, or STS.

Students must earn a 2.0 minimum GPA and must meet appropriate departmental regulations. These include an average GPA of 2.0 in all chemical engineering courses.

This curriculum represents the maximum number of credits per semester for which a student is advised to register.  A full-time credit load is 12 credits.  First-year students are placed in a curriculum that positions them for success which may result in additional time needed to complete curriculum requirements. Continuing students should consult with their academic advisor to determine the appropriate credit load.