Apr 18, 2019  
2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Chemical Engineering, B.S.Ch.E.


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Chemical Engineering Core (86 hours)


Chemical Engineering Option (45-47 hours)


Total: 131-133 hours


Chemical Engineering Options


Students seeking the Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (B.S.Ch.E.) degree must complete one of the following degree options:

General Option (45 hours)


Physical Sciences (12 hours)


Engineering Science (3 hours)


Engineering (6 hours)


Humanities and Social Sciences Electives (18 hours)**


  • 6 hours Tulsa Curriculum Block I
  • 12 hours Tulsa Curriculum Block II

General Elective (3 hours)


  • Any course chosen with approval of advisor.

Business Option (45 hours)


Physical Sciences (12 hours)


Engineering Science (3 hours)


Engineering (6 hours)


Humanities and Social Sciences Electives (18 hours)**


  • 6 hours Tulsa Curriculum Block I
  • 6 hours Tulsa Curriculum Block II

Environmental Option (45 hours)


Materials Option (45 hours)


Materials Sequence (10 hours)


Either Sequence A or Sequence B:

Engineering Elective (3 hours)


• Any 4000-level engineering course

Humanities and Social Sciences Electives (18 hours)**


  • 6 hours Tulsa Curriculum Block I
  • 12 hours Tulsa Curriculum Block II

General Elective (3 hours)


  • Any course chosen with approval of advisor.

Pre-med Option (47 hours)


Refining Option (45 hours)


Engineering Science (3 hours)


Engineering Electives (6 hours)


• Any 4000-level engineering courses

Humanities and Social Sciences Electives (18 hours)**


  • 6 hours Tulsa Curriculum Block I
  • 12 hours Tulsa Curriculum Block II

General Elective (3 hours)


  • Any course chosen with approval of advisor.

Notes:


*Some students will complete a modified series of courses. See Special Requirements .

**Selections are limited to courses that qualify as humanities or social sciences electives as defined by ABET accreditation and the Tulsa curriculum. These courses must demonstrate depth of study in at least one area rather than be simply a series of introductory courses (i.e., two of the courses must have the same departmental designation).

For calculating grade point averages, major courses shall be: ES 3003 , ES 3053 , and ES 3073 , and all chemical engineering courses. A chemical engineering student must earn a grade point average of 2.0 or higher in the major and overall in order to receive a degree in chemical engineering. Foundation courses in chemical engineering include MATH 2014 , MATH 2024 , CHEM 1013 , CHEM 1023 , and PHYS 2053 . Refer to the table for specific GPA requirements .