ROTC

Students who complete the ROTC Program may use 3 credits of ROTC courses to substitute for the GHA requirement and 3 credits towards the professional electives.

If a student drops from or is removed from the ROTC program, he or she may not normally use ROTC credits for any substitution.

The use of ROTC credits as professional electives is possible only within the General Option, since all other options provide restricted pools for these electives.

chemical engineering advising handbook

Contact Information

  • Michael J. Janik
    Professor of Chemical Engineering and Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Program Coordinator
    814-863-9366
    mjanik@engr.psu.edu
  • Angela Dixon
    Records Specialist
    Undergraduate Programs
    814-865-2574
    cheundergrad@engr.psu.edu

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The Penn State Department of Chemical Engineering, established in 1948, is recognized as one of the largest and most influential chemical engineering departments in the nation.

The department is built upon the fundamentals of academic integrity, innovation in research, and commitment to the advancement of industry.

Department of Chemical Engineering

121 Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802-4400

Phone: 814-865-2574