Sample Checklist for B.S. Degree in Chemistry with Chemical Engineering Option
 (Track Two)

Core Science Courses (79-81 cr):

Chemistry

  CH 231 & 271 (231H & 271) (5)   CH 362 (3)
  CH 232 & 272 (232H & 272) (5)   CH 411 (3)
  CH 233 & 273 (233H & 273) (5)   CH 412 (3)
  CH 324 (4) or
CH 421, CH 422, & CH 461 d
  CH 440 (3)
  CH 334 (3)   CH 441 (3)
  CH 335 (3)   CH 442 (3)
  CH 336 (3)   CH 462 (3) a
  CH 361 (3)    
Mathematics: Physics:
  MTH 251 (4)   PH 211/221 (5)
  MTH 252 (4)   PH 212/222 (5)
  MTH 254 (4)   PH 213/223 (5)
 
  

Chemical Engineering Option Courses
 (30-33 cr) e:

Chemical Engineering:

Electives (9-12 cr):

  CBEE 211 (3) Select 3 courses from:
  CBEE 212 (3)   CBEE 213;
CHE 312;
CHE 361; 
CHE 411;
CHE 443;
CHE 445;
CHE 461;
CH 401 or CHE 401;
ENGR 321.
  CHE 311 (3)
  CHE 331(4)   
  CHE 332 (4)
Math:  
  MTH 256 (4)
University Baccalaureate Core b (37-38 cr):
Skills (12 cr)
  WR 121 (3)  
  Writing II  (3)  
  Speech (3)  
  HHS 231 (2) or NFM 232 (2)
plus 1-cr lab
 
 
Perspectives (12 cr)
  Western Culture (WC)   
  Cultural Diversity (CD)  
  Social Proc. & Institutions (SP)  
  Literature & Arts (LA)  
 
  Difference, Power & Discrimination (DPD) (3 cr)
 
Synthesis (6 cr) 
  Contemp. Global Issues   
  Sci., Tech., & Society   
 
  Biological Science
 (4 or 5 cr) 
BI 212 strongly
recommended 
 
Other Requirements:
  180 cr   last 45 cr (or 45 of last 60 cr) completed at OSU
  60 upper division credits   foreign language c

 

Footnotes:
a Meets WIC requirement.  It is strongly recommended that CH 422 be taken as a co-requisite with CH 462. d The combination of CH 421, CH 422, and CH 461 is recommended for the strongest background in analytical chemistry, with this option only one inorganic chemistry course is required (CH 411 ) so that this option adds only 2 credits to the total. 
b  Courses from approved list. For perspectives, no more than two courses from one department.  For synthesis, courses must be from different departments. Transfers from Oregon Community Colleges with an AAOT degree have fulfilled the lower division Bacc Core requirements. e Students will need to contact the College of Engineering (head adviser) to obtain approval to enroll in ENGR 300 level courses which are normally restricted to engineering students. Students should first complete math through MTH 256, the physics sequence through PH 212, and CHE 211 & 212.  Note:  starting S 2014, all pre-requisite courses to ENGR, CBEE, or CHE courses require a C or better grade.
c Requirement can be met by taking two years of one foreign language in high school, two terms of a college-level language (C- or higher) or an approved proficiency test.  

Sample curriculum by year
Proposed curriculum (not officially approved) with revised option courses
Baccalaureate Core Requirements
Additional Information about the chemical engineering option

revised 10/04/2014