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4 Year Degree Plan: Environmental Emphasis

A program of study is the combination of units or research work required to enable you to qualify for a degree in Chemical Engineering.

1st Semester (17 credit hours)

  • Math 1500 – Analytical Geometry & Calculus I (5)
  • Chem 1320 – College Chemistry I (4)
  • Engl 1000 – Exposition & Argumentation (3)
  • HSS – Humanities & Social Science (3)
  • ChE 1000 – Introduction to Chem Engineering (2)

2nd Semester (17 credit hours)

  • Math 1700 – Calculus II (5)
  • Chem 1330 – College Chemistry II (4)
  • Phys 2750 – University Physics I (5)
  • HSS – Humanities & Social Science (3)

3rd Semester (17 credit hours)

  • Math 2300 – Calculus III (3)
  • Chem 2100 – Organic Chemistry I (3)
  • Phy 2760 – University Physics II (5)
  • ChE – 2225 Mass & Energy Balance (3)
  • HSS – Humanities & Social Science (3)

4th Semester (18 credit hours)

  • Math 4100 – Differential Equations (3)
  • Chem 2110 – Organic Chemistry II (3)
  • Chem 2130 – Organic Laboratory I (2)
  • CE 3200 – Introduction to Envir Engineering (4)
  • 2Stat 4710 – Mathematical Statistics (3)
  • HSS – Humanities & Social Science (3)

5th Semester (17 credit hours)

  • Chem 3200 – Quantitative Methods of Analysis (4)
  • ChE 2226 – Computer-aided Calc in Chem Engr (3)
  • ChE 3234 – Principles of Chemical Engr I (4)
  • ChE 3261 – Chem Engr Thermodynamics I (3)
  • HSS – Humanities & Social Science (3)

6th Semester (15 credit hours)

  • ChE 3307 – Safety (3)
  • 3ChE Elec – Approved Chem Engr Elective (3)
  • ChE 3235 – Principles of Chemical Engr II (3)
  • ChE 3262 – Chem Engr Thermodynamics II (3)
  • ChE 4311 – Chemodynamics (3)

7th Semester (15 credit hours)

  • ChE 3243 – Unit Operations Laboratory (3)
  • ChE 4363 – Chemical Reaction Engineering (3)
  • ChE 4385 – Chemical Engineering Design (3)
  • ChE 4312 – Air Pollution (3)
  • Law 5545 – Environmental Law (3)

8th Semester (15 credit hours)

  • ChE 4370 – Chemical Process Control (3)
  • ChE 4980 – Process Simulation and Design (3)
  • ChE 4220 – Hazardous Waste Management (3)
  • CE 4285 – Pollution Prevention (3)
  • HSS – Humanities & Social Science (3)

Notes

  1. Elective choices: Comm 1200, extra HSS, business/management, geology, honors colloquium, or anything that qualifies under items 3 or 4. Must be approved by advisor.
  2. ChE 4270 also acceptable.
  3. Some ChE elective choices: 4001, 4085, 4220, 4285, 4306, 4311, 4312, 4315, 4316, 4317, 4319, 4335, 4990, 4995. Three hours maximum for 4990/4995.