Jun 30, 2022  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin 
2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Russell School of Chemical Engineering

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Tyler W. Johannes

Daniel W. Crunkleton
Geoffrey L. Price
Sujeet Shenoi
Keith D. Wisecarver

Associate Professors
Laura P. Ford
Tyler W. Johannes
Hema Ramsurn

Assistant Professors
Nagu Daraboina
Javen Weston

For more information about degree offerings by the faculty of the Russell School of Chemical Engineering, visit the Russell School of Chemical Engineering webpage.

The mission of the Russell School of Chemical Engineering is to provide a modern, high-quality educational experience for all students in order to graduate chemical engineers who are technically competent, creative, literate, and socially aware. The B.S. degree program in chemical engineering  is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org

The educational objectives of the chemical engineering program are to prepare graduates such that, within a few years of graduation, they have established chemical engineering careers in the petroleum, natural gas, chemicals, alternative energy, environmental, materials, or biotechnology industries, and/or have begun graduate studies in chemical engineering or related fields such as medicine, law, and business administration

The Russell School of Chemical Engineering offers a curriculum leading to the traditional Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (B.S.Ch.E.)  degree. A 4/1 program leading to both a B.S.Ch.E. degree and Master of Engineering in Chemical Engineering (M.Ch.E.) degree in five years from the high school diploma is also available for highly qualified students. A co-op program, where students work in an approved industrial employment setting for up to three semesters during their B.S. degree, is optional. Students are responsible for finding employers for the co-op program and obtaining approval.

Students, in conjunction with their advisors, may choose elective courses that form a cohesive area of specialization within chemical engineering, including a pre-med option. Qualified students may also pursue undergraduate research culminating in a senior research project. Students who have been admitted to the University’s Honors Program may also participate in undergraduate research in chemical engineering. Exceptionally well-qualified students, with their advisor’s approval, may make additional substitutions in the curriculum to allow further specialization in their selected areas of interest. Students interested in the 4/1 B.S.Ch.E./M.Ch.E. program are generally admitted to the program at the end of their junior year of study toward the B.S.Ch.E. degree. Applicants to the 4/1 program must have completed 96 hours of coursework toward the B.S. degree, completed CHE 3084  and all prerequisites of CHE 3084 , and have a GPA of 3.5 or higher. A typical schedule for the senior and final years for a student in the 4/1 program may be obtained from the Russell School of Chemical Engineering or by consulting The University of Tulsa Graduate Bulletin.

Students majoring in chemical engineering with an interest in a foreign language may choose to earn dual degrees through the International Engineering/Science and Language Program .




      Chemical EngineeringEngineering Science

      Engineering science courses are taught by faculty from mechanical, chemical engineering, petroleum engineering, electrical engineering, engineering physics, and computer science. All students in the College are eligible to take these courses, either as degree requirements or as electives.

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