Sample Chemistry Curriculum (Track-Two B.S. Degree - Chemical Engineering Option)
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Freshman Year (45 cr)
CH 231(231H) & 271, CH 232(232H) & 272, CH 233(233H) & 273. General Chemistry (15)
CH 220. Careers in Chemistry (1)a
MTH 112. Elementary Functions (4) b
MTH 251, MTH 252. Calculus (8)
Writing I (3)
Speech (3)
HHS 231 (2) and Lab (1)
Perspective course (3)
Electives (6)

Sophmore Year (45 cr)
CH 334, CH 335, CH 336. Organic Chemistry (9)
CH 361, CH 362. Experimental Chemistry I (6)
MTH 254. Vector Calculus I (4)

MTH 256. Applied Differential Equations (4)

PH 211, PH 212, PH 213 and PH 221, PH 222, PH 223. General Physics (15)
Writing II (3)
Skills or Perspective course (3)
Elective (1)

Junior Year (45 cr)
CH 324. Quantitative Analysis (4)
     For a stronger background in analytical chemistry, substitute CH 421, CH 422, and CH 461
     and choose CH 411 the senior year; adds 2 credit hours.
CH 440, CH 441, CH 442. Physical Chemistry (9)
CH 462 (WIC). Experimental Chemistry II (3)
CBEE 211. Material Balances and Stoichiometry (4)
CBEE 212. Energy Balances (4)
CHE 311 Thermodynamic Properties and Relationships (3)
CHE 331 Transport Phenomena I (4)
Perspective or DPD courses (6)
Synthesis course (3)
Electives (5)

Senior Year (45 cr)
CH 411, CH 412. Inorganic Chemistry (6)
CHE 332 Transport Phenomena II (4)
CHE Electives (9-12)
Perspective course (3)
Synthesis course (3)
Electives (19-20)

a First Year Orientation for chemistry majors strongly recommended (1 cr. P/N)
b
MTH 112 is not a required course for the chemistry degree.

Proposed curriculum (not officially approved) with revised option courses
Baccalaureate Core Requirements
Additional Information about the chemical engineering option
last updated 09/09/2013