Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering


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Course Overview

Chemical engineering is one of the most broadly based engineering disciplines. Its field of practice covers the development, design, and control of processes and products that involve molecular change, both chemical and biological, and the operation of such processes. Because many of the products that sustain and improve life are produced by carefully designed and controlled molecular changes, the chemical engineer serves in a wide variety of industries. These industries range from chemical and energy companies to producers of all types of consumer and specialty products, pharmaceuticals, textiles, polymers, advanced materials, and solid-state and biomedical devices. Download Course Catalog.

Program Structure:

Course Code First Semester Courses Credit
BSCE 101 Introduction to Computing 5
BSCE 102 Applied Statistics 5
BSCE 103 Measurement, Control, and Data Analysis Laboratory 4
BSCE 104 Chemical Engineering Process and Projects Laboratory 4
BSCE 105 Introduction to Chemical Engineering Analysis 4
BSCE 106 Transport Phenomena 4
BSCE 107 Thermodynamics 4
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Second Semester Courses Credits
BSCE 111 Engineering Communication (writing flag; ethics and leadership flag) 5
BSCE 112 Numerical Methods in Chemical Engineering and Problem Solving 5
BSCE 113 Chemical Engineering Materials 4
BSCE 114 Transport Processes 4
BSCE 115 Process Control 4
BSCE 116 Separation Processes and Mass Transfer 4
BSCE 117 Chemical Reactor Analysis and Design 4
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Third Semester Courses Credit
BSCE 201 Process Design and Operations 5
BSCE 202 Principles of Chemistry II 5
BSCE 203 Introduction to Chemical Practice 4
BSCE 204 Organic Chemistry Laboratory 4
BSCE 205 Organic Chemistry I 4
BSCE 206 Physical Chemistry I 4
BSCE 207 Differential and Integral Calculus 4
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Fourth Semester Courses Credit
BSCE 211 Sequences, Series, and Multivariable Calculus 5
BSCE 212 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra 5
BSCE 213 Laboratory for Physics 4
BSCE 214 Engineering Physics I 4
BSCE 215 Rhetoric and Writing 4
BSCE 216 Introductory Biology I 4
BSCE 217 Organic Chemistry Laboratory 4
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Fifth Semester Courses Credit
BSCE 301 Engineering Physics II 5
BSCE 302 Organic Chemistry II 5
BSCE 303 Physical Chemistry Laboratory 4
BSCE 304 Inorganic Chemistry 4
BSCE 305 Quantum Chemistry and Spectroscopy 4
BSCE 306 Physical Chemistry Laboratory 4
BSCE 307 Physical Chemistry II 4
TOTAL CREDITS 30
Course Code Sixth Semester Courses Credit
BSCE 311 Fundamentals of Analytical Chemistry 5
BSCE 312 Quantum Chemistry and Spectroscopy 5
BSCE 313 Fundamentals of Biochemistry 5
BSCE 314 Entrepreneurship 5
BSCE 315 Bachelor Thesis 10
TOTAL CREDITS 30

 

Career Opportunities

Careers are available in industry, government, consulting, and education. Areas of professional work include research and development, operations, technical service, product development, process and plant design, market analysis and development, process control, and pollution abatement.

 

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