This class was tough.
It's a hard class, but it really feels like you've learned something very important afterwards. Once you finish this class, you have the knowledge to manipulate chemical reactions and do separations in a way that actually is actually important to real life applications. But do not slack off. The class average is always curved to be a C+/B- so you have to make sure to study to not be left behind.
You really begin to piece together chemical engineering after taking this course. I truly feel like I have learned something important from it. The final group project for us was designing a separations process from first principles that could actually be used in real life. This is something real engineers in the work force would do, and that feels very important.
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Advice for students:
Always go to your discussion section. The lectures are very abstract and often don't feel very correlated to the actual problems you are given on homeworks and exams. Discussion is where the TA's are able to boost your grade very significantly