Minor In Chemical Engineering
A minor in Chemical Engineering is available to both M.S. and Ph.D. candidates who are enrolled in related fields of study.
Requirement For the Ph.D. Minor
1. Fifteen (15) credits of course work bearing a Ch E designation as follows:
3 credits in 500-level thermodynamics course
524 - Chemical Engineering, Application of Thermodynamics
528 - Colloidal Forces and Thermodynamics
597 - Polymer Thermodynamics
3 credits in 500-level reaction engineering course
535 - Chemical Reaction Engineering
536 - Heterogeneous Catalysis
3 credits in 500-level transport course
501 - Bioengineering Transport Phenomena
503 - Fluid Mechanics of Bioengineering Systems
544 - General Transport Phenomena
545 - Transport Phenomena I
546 - Transport Phenomena II
6 credits of additional 400-level or 500-level courses.
Independent study courses (Ch E 496 and Ch E 596) and laboratory courses are not allowed.
All of these 15 credits must be passed with a grade of B or better.
2. A member of the Graduate Faculty of the Department of Chemical Engineering is required to be a member of the student's doctoral committee. This faculty member will have the responsibility of approving the specific courses that the student selects to fulfill the requirements of the minor.
Updated on 07/24/14