B.S. in CHE Curriculum

B.S. in CHE Curriculum

Bachelor of Science in CHE Curriculum

(incoming class Fall 2020)

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FALL CR SPRING CR
FIRST YEAR   
Rowan Core elective 3 Composition I ENGL01.111 3
Calculus I MATH 01.130 4 Calculus II MATH 01.131 4
Chemistry I CHEM06.100 4 Chemistry II CHEM06.101 4
First Year Engineering Clinic I ENGR01.101 2 First Year Engineering Clinic II ENG01.102 2

Introductory Mechanics PHYS 00.220

4 Rowan Core elective 3
Total 17 Total 16
SECOND YEAR
Principles Chemical Processes I CHE06.201 2 Principles Chemical Processes II CHE06.202  2
Calculus III MATH01.230 4 Math for Engineering Analysis MATH01.235  4
Organic Chemistry I CHEM07.200 4 ChE Fluid Mechanics CHE0601.241  2
Soph. Engineering Clinic I ENGR01.201 4 Approved Adv. Chemistry Elective   3 
    Soph. Engineering Clinic II ENGR01.202   4 
Total  14 Total  15
THIRD YEAR    
Chem. Eng. Thermodynamics I CHE06.310   3  Chem. Eng Thermodynamics II CHE06.315 
Separation Processes I CHE06.312   2  Separation Processes II CHE06.314
Process Fluid Transport CHE06.309   2  Chemical Reaction Engineering CHE06.316 
Heat Transfer Processes I - Heat CHE06.311  3 ChE Materials CHE06.381 
Junior Engineering Clinic I ENGR01.303  2  Junior Engineering Clinic II ENGR01.303 
Chemical Eng. Modeling CHE06.385 2    
       
Total 14 Total 14 
FOURTH YEAR    
Chem. Process Component Design CHE06.401   3  Chemical Plant Design CHE06.406 
Chemical Process Safety CHE06.407  2  Unit Operations Lab CHE06.403 
Process Dynamics & Control CHE06.405  3  Approved Chemical Engineering Elective II CHE06.___ 
Approved Chemical Engineering Elective I CHE06.___   3  Approved Chemical Engineering Elective III CHE06.___ 
Senior Engineering Clinic I ENGR 01.403 2 Senior Engineering Clinic II ENGR01.403 
Rowan Core Elective   3     
Total  16 Total 14

Rowan Core and Rowan Experience

All incoming first-year students (Fall ’18 and beyond) are required to follow the Rowan Core/Rowan Experience general education model. The Rowan Core (RC) is based on 6 literacies that reflect contemporary priorities, while maintaining a strong liberal arts foundation. Three of the 6 literacies--Communicative, Quantitative and Scientific--are fulfilled by the required courses in the Chemical Engineering curriculum.

The Artistic, Global and Humanistic Literacies are satisfied by student-selected Rowan Core electives (3 credits required in each literacy).

Rowan Experience requirements are met through your required program of study. For example, Senior Engineering Clinic II fulfills the Writing Intensive (WI) course, and Freshman Clinic I fulfills the Rowan Seminar (RS) requirement. The broad-based literature course requirement may be combined with one of the RC electives.

Please refer to the Rowan Core/Rowan Experience Guidelines, linked here.