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Chemical Engineering Program RoadmapsUndergraduate Curriculum OptionsFor Class of 2017 and BeyondDear Chemical Engineering Student:This document contains our Chemical Engineering curriculum Road Maps, showing you how to fulfill ourcurriculum of study while guiding you through a choice of minors.Please note that there are no restrictions on the number of minors you may receive. Set your sights high and workwith your advisor to meet your goals!PageGeneral Chemical Engineering Curriculum Chemistry Minor Environmental Engineering Minor Materials Science Minor Materials Science Minor w/ Biomaterials Option Math Minor Molecular and Cell Biology Minor Pre-Med/Pre-Dental Preparation Engineering Management Minor2345678910No. Credits129129129129130129132135129The Chemical Engineering Program Education Objectives are that our alumni: Prepare our graduates for professional careers through rigorous training in thefundamentals of chemical engineering.Prepare our graduates to contribute to the evolving and expanding field of chemicalengineering by providing a foundation for post-graduate education and life-longprofessional development.1

General CHEG CurriculumFRESHMAN YEARFirst SemesterCHEM 1127Q General ChemistryMATH 1131Q Calculus IENGR 1000 Orientation to EngineeringCSE 1010C Intro to ComputingENGL 1010 or 1011 Academic WritingCredits44134Second SemesterCHEM 1128Q General ChemistryMATH 1132Q Calculus IIENGR 1166 Foundations of EngineeringArts & Humanities (Content Area 1) 1Social Sciences (Content Area 2) 116SOPHOMORE YEARFirst SemesterPHYS 1501Q Eng Physics ICHEM 2443 Organic ChemistryMATH 2110Q Multivariable CalculusCHEG 2103 Intro to Chem EngineeringPHIL 1104Ethics (Content Area 1) 1Credits4433317Credits43433Second SemesterPHYS 1502Q Eng Physics IICHEM 2446 Organic Chemistry LabCHEM 2444 Organic ChemistryMATH 2410Q Diff EquationsCHEG 2111 Thermodynamics IDiversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) 117Credits41333317JUNIOR YEARFirst SemesterCreditsCHEG 3112 Thermodynamics II3CHEG 3123 Fluid Mechanics3CHEG 3145 Chemical Engineering Analysis3Social Science (Content Area 2) 13MCB/Biology/CHEM Requirement 4416SENIOR YEARFirst SemesterCreditsCHEG 4139 Chem Engineering LabOR CHEG Requirement 32 or 3CHEG 4140 Capstone Design 13CHEG 4142 Unit Ops & Process Simulation Lab 3Engineering Requirement 33Free Elective314 (with lab) or 15 (with elective)Second SemesterCHEG 3124 Heat & Mass TransferCHEG 3128 Junior Chem Engineering LabCHEG 3151 Process KineticsEngineering Requirement 3Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) 1Free ElectiveCredits32333317Second SemesterCreditsCHEG 4139 Chem Engineering LabOR CHEG Requirement 32 or 3CHEG 4143W Capstone Design 23CHEG 4147 Process Dynamics & Control3CHEG Requirement 33Professional Requirement 3314 (with lab) or 15 (with elective)Total 129 credits1University General Education Requirements: Courses selected for Content Areas 1 & 2 must be in four different departments.One course in Content Area 4 must be an international course. One course in Content Area 4 may also satisfy a Content Area 1 or2 requirement: in this case one Content Area course can be substituted with a Free Elective. Students are encouraged to selecttheir Content Area courses carefully to take advantage of “double-dipping” and also satisfy their second W requirement.MCB/Biology/CHEM requirement may be satisfied by the following courses: Principles of Biology (BIOL 1107/1108 – 4 credits),Introduction to Biochemistry (MCB 2000 – 4 credits), Biochemistry (MCB 3010 – 5 credits) or Fundamentals of Microbiology (MCB2610 – 4 credits), Analytical Chemistry (CHEM 3332 - 4 credits), Physical Chemistry 2 (CHEM 3564 - 4 credits) or others by petition.23CHEG Requirements are satisfied by any 2000 level chemical engineering course; Engineering Requirements are satisfied by any2000 level engineering course; Professional Requirements are satisfied by any 2000 level engineering, science or math courses.MCB/Biology/CHEM requirement may be satisfied by the following courses: Principles of Biology (BIOL 1107/1108 – 4 credits),Introduction to Biochemistry (MCB 2000 – 4 credits), Biochemistry (MCB 3010 – 5 credits) or Fundamentals of Microbiology (MCB2610 – 4 credits), Physical Chemistry (CHEM 3563 - 4 credits), Analytical Chemistry (CHEM 3332 - 4 credits), Physical Chemistry 2(CHEM 3564 - 4 credits) or others by petition.42

Chemical Engineering Major – Chemistry Minor CurriculumFRESHMAN YEARFirst SemesterCHEM 1127Q General ChemistryMATH 1131Q Calculus IENGR 1000 Orientation to EngineeringCSE 1010C Intro to ComputingENGL 1010 or 1011 Academic WritingCredits44134Second SemesterCHEM 1128Q General ChemistryMATH 1132Q Calculus IIENGR 1166 Foundations of EngineeringArts & Humanities (Content Area 1) 1Social Sciences (Content Area 2) 116SOPHOMORE YEARFirst SemesterPHYS 1501Q Eng Physics ICHEM 2443 Organic Chemistry 2MATH 2110Q Multivariable CalculusCHEG 2103 Intro to Chem EngineeringPHIL 1104Ethics (Content Area 1) 1Credits4433317Credits4343317JUNIOR YEARFirst SemesterCreditsCHEG 3112 Thermodynamics II3CHEG 3123 Fluid Mechanics3CHEG 3145 Chemical Engineering Analysis3Social Science (Content Area 2) 13CHEM 3332 Analytical Chemistry 24Second SemesterPHYS 1502Q Eng Physics IICHEM 2446 Organic Chemistry Lab 2CHEM 2444 Organic Chemistry 2MATH 2410Q Diff EquationsCHEG 2111 Thermodynamics IDiversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) 1Credits41333317Second SemesterCHEG 3124 Heat & Mass TransferCHEG 3151 Process KineticsCHEG 3128 Junior Chem Engineering LabEngineering Requirement 3Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) 1Free Elective16Credits33233216SENIOR YEARFirst SemesterCreditsCHEG 4139 Chem Engineering LabOR CHEG Requirement 32 or 3CHEG 4140 Capstone Design 13CHEG 4142 Unit Ops & Process Simulation Lab 3Engineering Requirement 33CHEM Elective2415 (with lab) or 16 (with elective)Second SemesterCreditsCHEG 4139 Chem Engineering LabOR CHEG Requirement 32 or 3CHEG 4143W Capstone Design 23CHEG 4147 Process Dynamics & Control3CHEG Requirement 33Professional Requirement 3314 (with lab) or 15 (with elective)Total 129 credits1University General Education Requirements: Courses selected for Content Areas 1 & 2 must be in four different departments.One course in Content Area 4 must be an international course. One course in Content Area 4 may also satisfy a Content Area 1 or2 requirement: in this case one Content Area course can be substituted with a Free Elective. Students are encouraged to selecttheir Content Area courses carefully to take advantage of “double-dipping” and also satisfy their second W requirement.2The Chemistry minor has the following required courses: Organic I/II/Lab (CHEM 2443, 2444, 2446) and Analytical Chemistry(CHEM 3332). One course must be selected from the following list: [FALL] Inorganic Chemistry (CHEM 3210), Instrumental Analysis(CHEM 3334) [SPRING] Polymeric Materials (CHEM 3661) or Advanced Organic Chemistry (CHEM 3442W). At least 15 creditstotal are required. To complete the minor in the fewest possible courses, studetns should request permission to take CHEM 3564(Physical Chemistry II) in place of CHEM 3653 (Physical Chemistry I). See also http://catalog.uconn.edu/minors/chemistry/.3CHEG Requirements are satisfied by any 2000 level chemical engineering course; Engineering Requirements are satisfied by any2000 level engineering course; Professional Requirements are satisfied by any 2000 level engineering, science or math courses.3

Chemical Engineering Major - Environmental Engineering MinorFRESHMAN YEARFirst SemesterCHEM 1127Q General ChemistryMATH 1131Q Calculus IENGR 1000 Orientation to EngineeringCSE 1010C Intro to ComputingENGL 1010 or 1011 Academic WritingCredits44134Second SemesterCHEM 1128Q General ChemistryMATH 1132Q Calculus IIENGR 1166 Foundations of EngineeringArts & Humanities (Content Area 1) 1Social Sciences (Content Area 2) 116Credits4433317SOPHOMORE YEARFirst SemesterCreditsPHYS 1501Q Eng Physics I4CHEM 2443 Organic Chemistry3MATH 2110Q Multivariable Calculus4CHEG 2103Intro to Chem Engineering3ENVE 2310* Fund of Environmental Engr 2317JUNIOR YEARFirst SemesterCreditsCHEG 3112 Thermodynamics II3CHEG 3123 Fluid Mechanics3CHEG 3145 Chemical Engineering Analysis3Social Science (Content Area 2)13MCB/Biology/CHEM Requirement44Second SemesterPHYS 1502Q Eng Physics IICHEM 2446 Organic Chemistry LabCHEM 2444 Organic ChemistryMATH 2410Q Diff EquationsCHEG 2111 Thermodynamics IFree ElectiveCredits41333317Second SemesterCHEG 3124 Heat & Mass TransferCHEG 3151 Process KineticsCHEG 3128 Junior Chem Engineering LabENVE 4310 Environmental Modeling2ENVE 3230* Intro to Air Pollution2 & 3Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4)116Credits33233317SENIOR YEARFirst SemesterCreditsCHEG 4139 Chem Engineering LabOR CHEG Requirement 32 or 3CHEG 4140 Capstone Design 13CHEG 4142 Unit Ops & Process Simulation Lab 3CHEG Requirement 33PHIL 1104 Ethics (Content Area 1)1314 (with lab) or 15 (with elective)Second SemesterCreditsCHEG 4139 Chem Engineering LabOR CHEG Requirement 32 or 3CHEG 4143W Capstone Design 23CHEG 4147 Process Dynamics & Control3ENVE 3220* Water Quality Engineeringr23Diversity & Multi-Culture (Content Area 4)1314 (with lab) or 15 (with elective)Total 129 credits1University General Education Requirements: Courses selected for Content Areas 1 & 2 must be in four different departments.One course in Content Area 4 must be an international course. One course in Content Area 4 may also satisfy a Content Area 1 or2 requirement: in this case one Content Area course can be substituted with a Free Elective. Students are encouraged to selecttheir Content Area courses carefully to take advantage of “double-dipping” and also satisfy their second W requirement.2The Environmental Engineering minor requires 18 credits including ENVE 3220, 2310, 3230 and 4310 plus 6 credits from anapproved list of 2000-level courses and above (which includes CHEG 3151 and 4147). Review the Environmental Engineeringminor website for requirement changes and other options. You must get a minor plan of study approved in advance by theEnvironmental Engineering program director.*Denotes courses that must be taken in the semester indicated due to scheduling conflicts (as of last Roadmap revision).3CHEG Requirements are satisfied by any 2000 level chemical engineering course; Engineering Requirements are satisfied by any2000 level engineering course; Professional Requirements are satisfied by any 2000 level engineering, science or math courses.MCB/Biology/CHEM requirement may be satisfied by the following courses: Principles of Biology (BIOL 1107/1108 – 4 credits),Introduction to Biochemistry (MCB 2000 – 4 credits), Biochemistry (MCB 3010 – 5 credits) or Fundamentals of Microbiology (MCB2610 – 4 credits), Physical Chemistry (CHEM 3563 - 4 credits), Analytical Chemistry (CHEM 3332 - 4 credits), Physical Chemistry 2(CHEM 3564 - 4 credits) or others by petition.44

Chemical Engineering Major – Materials Science Minor CurriculumFRESHMAN YEARFirst SemesterCHEM 1127Q General ChemistryMATH 1131Q Calculus IENGR 1000 Orientation to EngineeringCSE 1010C Intro to ComputingENGL 1010 or 1011 Academic WritingCredits44134Second SemesterCHEM 1128Q General ChemistryMATH 1132Q Calculus IIENGR 1166 Foundations of EngineeringArts & Humanities (Content Area 1) 1Social Sciences (Content Area 2) 116SOPHOMORE YEARFirst SemesterPHYS 1501Q Eng Physics ICHEM 2443 Organic ChemistryMATH 2110Q Multivariable CalculusCHEG 2103 Intro to Chem EngineeringMSE 2101/2001 Intro to Mat Sci & Engr 2Credits4433317Credits43433Second SemesterPHYS 1502Q Eng Physics IICHEM 2446 Organic Chemistry LabCHEM 2444 Organic ChemistryMATH 2410Q Diff EquationsCHEG 2111 Thermodynamics IMSE 2102/2002 Intro to Mat Sci & Engr II217Credits41333317JUNIOR YEARFirst SemesterCreditsCHEG 3112 Thermodynamics II3CHEG 3123 Fluid Mechanics3CHEG 3145 Chemical Engineering Analysis3PHIL 1104Ethics (Content Area 1)13MCB/Biology/CHEM Requirement4416SENIOR YEARFirst SemesterCreditsCHEG 4139 Chem Engineering LabOR CHEG Requirement 32 or 3CHEG 4140 Capstone Design 13CHEG 4142 Unit Ops & Process Simulation Lab 3MSE Minor Requirement23Social Science (Content Area 2) 13Second SemesterCHEG 3124 Heat & Mass TransferCHEG 3128 Junior Chem Engineering LabCHEG 3151 Process KineticsCHEG 3156 CHEG/MSE Req. (Polymers)2,3Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4)1MSE Minor Requirement2Credits32333317Second SemesterCreditsCHEG 4139 Chem Engineering LabOR CHEG Requirement 32 or 3CHEG 4143W Capstone Design 23CHEG 4147 Process Dynamics & Control3Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4)13Free Elective314 (with lab) or 15 (with elective)14 (with lab) or 15 (with elective)Total 129 credits1University General Education Requirements: Courses selected for Content Areas 1 & 2 must be in four different departments.One course in Content Area 4 must be an international course. One course in Content Area 4 may also satisfy a Content Area 1 or2 requirement: in this case one Content Area course can be substituted with a Free Elective. Students are encouraged to selecttheir Content Area courses carefully to take advantage of “double-dipping” and also satisfy their second W requirement.2The Materials Science Minor requires 15 credits including MSE 2101, 2102 plus 9 credit selected from MSE 3000-level or 4000level courses (BME 3700 and CHEG 3156 qualifies as MSE 3000-level courses). You should review the Materials Science minorwebsite for other options and details. You must get a minor plan of study two semesters before graduation and have an approvedplan of study one semester before graduation form the Materials Science Program Director.3CHEG Requirements are satisfied by any 2000 level chemical engineering course.MCB /Biology/CHEM requirement may be satisfied by the following courses: Principles of Biology (BIOL 1107/1108 – 4 credits),Introduction to Biochemistry (MCB 2000 – 4 credits), Biochemistry (MCB 3010 – 5 credits) or Fundamentals of Microbiology (MCB2610