Degree Course Requirements
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering - 132 hours
Written Communication - 6 hrs.
Oral Communication - 3 hrs.
Social Sciences & Humanities - 12 hrs.
Mathematics & Science - 49 hrs.
Freshman Studies - 1 hr.
Engineering Science - 5 hrs.
Analysis and Design - 40 hrs.
Professional Development - 1 hr.
Chemical Engineering Elective - 6 hrs.
Free Electives - 9 hrs.
* For a complete description of the above requirements, please go to the Course Catalog.
Mission and Objectives
To offer higher education in chemical and bioprocess engineering by providing a learning environment in which students receive personal mentoring through small classes and excellent teaching. The program prepares graduates to succeed, lead and provide service to their employers, profession and society.
To meet this mission, a graduate from the McKetta Department of Chemical & Bioprocess Engineering must be:
1. Technically Competent– Alumni will be considered to be technically competent, well prepared leaders in their professions as well as non-work related endeavors.
2. a Problem Solver and Designer with Communication and Team Skills - Graduates will provide valuable service to their community, professional organizations and the University through their creative problem solving ability and their strong communication and team skills.
3. Professionally Obligated - Alumni will demonstrate professional responsibility and lifelong learning as evidenced by advanced degrees, professional registration, certificates and other personal and professional development activities.