Minor in Chemical Engineering

Of the six courses required, at least three must have the CHEN, CHEE, or CHAP designator:

1. CHEN E2100: Intro to chemical engineering (3)

2. CHEE E3010: Principles of chemical engineering thermodynamics (3)
    or MSAE E3111: Thermodynamics, kinetic theory, and statistical mechanics (3)
    or MECE E3301: Thermodynamics (3)
    or BMEN E4210: Thermodynamics of biological systems (3)

3. CHEN E3110: Transport phenomena, I (3)
    or EAEE E4900: Applied transport and chemical rate phenomena (3)
    or MECE E3100: Intro to mechanics of fluids (3)
    or ENME E3161: Fluid mechanics (4)                                                                                                                                                              or BMEN E3220: Fluid biomechanics (4)

 

4. CHEN E4230: Reaction kinetics and reactor design (3)

5–6. Two of the following courses:
     Any 3000-level or higher BMCH, CHEN, CHAP, or CHEE course
     APMA E3101: Linear algebra (3)
     APMA E3102: Partial differential equations (3)
     BMEN E3320: Fluid biomechanics (3)
     BMEN E4001: Quantitative physiology, I (3)
     BMEN E4002: Quantitative physiology, II (3)
     ELEN E3201: Circuit analysis (3.5)
     ELEN E3331: Electronic circuits (3)
     SIEO W3600: Intro to probability and statistics (4)
     IEOR W4105: Probability (3)
     IEOR W4106: Stochastic models (3)
     MSAE E3103: Elements of material science (3)
     MSAE E3142: Ceramics and polymers (3)