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College of Engineering and Computing


B.S.E. - Chemical Engineering

In just four short years our B.S. degree could put you on the fast track to success.

What will I study?

We strive to provide you with a thorough grounding in mathematics, chemistry, physics, and engineering; to educate students in the application of mathematics and science in chemical processes; and to prepare you for graduate studies in chemical engineering, professional studies in medical school, or professional careers in chemical engineering industries.

Our curriculum provides a strong foundation in the basic and applied sciences, as well as in the liberal arts, to provide you with a well-balanced education.

 

What can I specialize in?

The curriculum provides the opportunity to engage in different technical and engineering electives, laboratory course components, and a capstone design experience.

You may choose between biomolecular, materials, energy, and elective components and design experiences will be tailored to your specific interests.

 

How can I enhance my degree?

Capstone Design Initiative

As an undergraduate student, you'll test your knowledge in real-world applications. The Capstone Design course is a required course for seniors that pairs a student team with an industry partner on a project to design an engineering or computing solution to a business problem.

B.S.E with Distinction

The B.S.E with Distinction is available to students majoring in chemical engineering who wish to participate in significant research and/or design activities in chemical engineering with a faculty mentor. The undergraduate bulletin provides full details on this degree option. 

Accelerated Program

With our Bachelor’s/Master’s Degrees Accelerated Program you may be eligible to complete both the bachelor's degree and master's degree in as few as five years. The use of dual credit-courses that can be used toward both degrees enables acceleration of the program, reducing the total enrollment of the student by one semester. Find if you have what it takes by exploring the admission criteria and additional requirements for the accelerated program.