4 cheme 343 separation processes 4 cheme 344 reaction

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Unformatted text preview: ubjects required by all programs Mathematics (16) Introduction to engineering (4) Introduction to computing (4) Inorganic chemistry (3) Physics (10) Intellectual Breadth (16) (to include a course in economics) Other technical courses Organic chem and lab I & II (10) Quantum chemistry (1) Materials science (4) Biology (4) Program Subjects ChemE 230, Material & energy balances (4) ChemE 330, Thermodynamics (4) ChemE 341, Fluid mechanics (4) ChemE 342, Mass and heat transfer (4) ChemE 343, Separation processes (4) ChemE 344, Reaction engr and design (4) ChemE 360, ChemE lab I (4) ChemE 460, ChemE lab II (4) ChemE 466, Process control and dynamics (3) ChemE 485, Chemical Process Economics (1) ChemE 487, Chem process design (5) Electives Engineering electives (3) Unrestricted electives (12) Agenda •  •  •  •  •  Introduction – personal and UG program Definition of ChE ChE career options ChE UG program review Wrap-up 26 So, what can ChE offer you?   A challenging, demanding and fulfilling career.   A diverse range of job opportunities   A chance to make a significant contribution.   Travel opportunities   A high star...
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