Chemical Engineering (BS)

Semester Display Effective Date: 
Wed, 2009-07-01
FRESHMAN YEAR
Fall SemesterCredit Spring SemesterCredit
CH 101 Chemistry, A Molecular Science1
CH 102 General Chemistry Lab1
E 101 Introduction to Engr & Prob Solv1
E 115 Intro to Computing Environ
ENG 101 Academic Writing and Research1
MA 141 Calculus I1
PE 1** Fitness & Wellness Course*

3
1
1
1
4
4
1

15

 CH 201 Chemistry – Quantitative Sci.4
CH 202 Quantitative Chem Lab
MA 241 Calculus II1
PY 205 Physics for Engr & Sc I1
EC 205 Economics (or EC 201 or ARE 201)*
Phys Ed/Healthy Living Elective*

3
1
4
4
3
1

16

 
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Fall SemesterCredit Spring SemesterCredit
CH 221 Organic Chemistry I
CH 222 Organic Chemistry I Lab
CHE 205 Chemical Proc Prin4
MA 242 Calculus III4
GEP Requirement*

3
1
4
4
3

15

 

CH 223 Organic Chemistry II
CH 224 Organic Chemistry II Lab
CHE 225 Intro Chem Engr Analysis4
MA 341 Applied Differential Eq4
PY 208 Physics Engr & Scientists II
GEP Requirement*

3
1
3
3
4
3

17

 
JUNIOR YEAR
Fall SemesterCredit Spring SemesterCredit
CH 315 Quantitative Analysis
CHE 311 Transport Processes I4
CHE 315 Chem Process Thermo4
ECE 331 Prin Electrical Engr or
MSE 201 Struct & Prop Engr Mat
GEP Requirement*
CHE 395 Professional Dev Seminar

4
3
3

3
3
1

17

 CH *** Chemistry Elective2
CHE 312 Transport Processes II
CHE 316 Thermo of Chem & Phase Eq
CHE 330 Chem Engr Lab I
Free Elective

4
3
3
4
3

17

 
SENIOR YEAR
Fall SemesterCredit Spring SemesterCredit
CHE 331 Chem Engr Lab II or
    BEC 330 Prin App Bioseparations
CHE 446 Des & Analy Chem Reactors
CHE 450 CHE Design I
Technical Elective3
GEP Requirement*

2
3
3
3
3

14

 CHE 435 Proc System Analy & Control
CHE 451 CHE Design II
Technical Elective3
GEP Requirement*
GEP IP Requirement*

3
3
3
3
2-3

14-15

 
Minimum Credit Hours Required for Graduation:125
 
Footnotes:    
 

Major/Program requirements and footnotes:

1 Must be completed with grade of (C-) or higher for matriculation.

2 Chemistry electives include: CH 437 Physical Chemistry, CH 401/402 Inorganic Chemistry; CH 461 Introduction to Fiber-Forming Polymers; CH 415/416 Analytical Chemistry II; BCH 351 General Biochemistry; BCH 451 Princ of Biochemistry; FS 402 Chem of Food & Bioprocessed Materials; PSE 335 Principles of Green Chemistry; PCC 461/464 Chem of Polymeric Materials; CH 610 Special Topics in Chemistry; CH 615 Chemical Separations (note: an additional hour of CH 499 would also be required to total 4 hours).

3 Technical Electives: BEC 462, BAE 422, CE 373, CE 476, CE 477, CE 479, CE 484, ECE 331, ISE 311, ISE 443, CHE 460 and higher electives, MAE 206, MAE 208, MAE 314, MAE 406, MAE 421, MSE 201, NE 404, NE 419, TC 401, TE 466

4 Must be completed with grade of C-or higher.

*General Education Program (GEP) requirements:
To complete the requirements for graduation and the General Education Program, the following credit hours and co-requisites must be satisfied. University approved GEP course lists for each category can be found at http://oucc.ncsu.edu/gep-courses

PHYSICAL EDUCATION - 2 hours to be selected from the approved GEP Physical Education list.
a. One fitness and wellness course (any PE 100-level course).
b. One additional credit hour of PE activity courses.
HUMANITIES - 6 credits to be selected in two different disciplines (two different course prefixes) from the approved GEP Humanities list.
SOCIAL SCIENCES  - 3 credits to be selected in a discipline other than economics from the approved GEP Social Sciences list. EC 205 (or EC 201 or ARE 201)  taken as part of the Major requirements satisfies 3 credit hours of the 6 credit hours needed to fulfill the GEP Social Sciences requirement.
ADDITIONAL BREADTH - 3 credits to be selected from the approved GEP Humanities, Social Sciences or Visual and Performing Arts lists.
INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES  - 5 credits to be selected from the approved GEP Interdisciplinary Perspectives list.

Co-requisites:
U.S. Diversity and Global Knowledge co-requisites must be satisfied to complete the General Education requirements. Choose course(s) that are identified on the approved GEP course lists as meeting the U.S. Diversity and Global Knowledge co-requisites.

Foreign Language proficiency at the FL_102 level will be required for graduation.