Acceptable Technical Electives

Any 16:155:500+             Graduate level chemical engineering courses*
Co-Op Program
14:155:496                      Co-Op Program in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
14:155:497                      Co-Op Program in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
(six (6) credits total count towards the 130 credits required for graduation)
14:155:495 Industrial Internship 
(Three (3) credits count towards the 130 credits required for graduation)
Undergraduate Research
14:155:291/391/491              Sophomore/Junior/Senior Research
14:155:292/392/492              Sophomore/Junior/Senior Research
(Maximum of six (6) credits count towards the 130 credits required for graduation)
01:119:115 General Biology I (NB)
01:119:116 General Biology II (NB)
01:146:270 Fundamentals of Cell and Developmental Biology (NB)
01:146:302 Computers in Biology (NB)
01:146:356 Systems Physiology (NB)
01:146:474 Immunology (NB)
01:146:478 Molecular Biology (NB)
01:160:409 Organic Chemistry of High Polymers (NB)
01:160:438 Introduction to Computational Chemistry (NB)
01:198:112 Data Structures (NB)
01:198:205 Introduction to Discrete Structures (NB)
01:198:206 Introduction to Discrete Structures II (NB)
01:198:211 Computer Architecture (NB)
01:198:314 Principles of Programming Languages (NB)
01:198:323 Numerical Analysis and Computing (NB)
01:198:336 Principles of Information and Data Management (NB)
01:198:424 Modeling and Simulation of Continuous Systems (NB)
01:198:440 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (NB)
01:355:302 Scientific and Technical Writing (NB)
01:447:380 Genetics (NB)
01:640:250 Introductory Linear Algebra (NB)
01:640:300 Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning (NB)
01:640:321 Introduction to Applied Mathematics (NB)
01:640:350 Linear Algebra (NB)
01:640:354 Linear Optimization (NB)
01:640:423 Elementary Partial Differential Equations (NB)
01:640:424 Stochastic Models in Operations Research (NB)
01:640:429 Industry-Oriented Mathematics: Case Studies (NB)
01:640:454 Combinatorics (NB)
01:694:301 Introductory Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NB)
01:694:407 Biochemistry (NB)
01:694:411 Molecular Pathways and Signal Transduction (NB)
01:694:492 Gene Regulation in Cancer and Development (NB)
01:750:228 Analytical Physics IIB (NB)
01:960:379 Basic Probability and Statistics (NB)
01:960:384 Intermediate Statistical Analysis (NB)
01:960:401 Basic Statistics for Research (NB)
11:117:413 Unit Processes in Bioenvironmental Engineering I (NB)
11:117:414 Unit Processes in Bioenvironmental Engineering II (NB)
11:117:462 Design of Solid Waste Treatment Systems (NB)
11:117:474 Air Pollution Engineering (NB)
11:126:420 Trends in Biotechnology (NB)
11:126:427 Methods and Applications in Molecular Biology (NB)
11:375:407 Environmental Toxicology (NB)
11:375:411 Environmental Microbiology (NB)
11:375:421 Air Pollution (NB)
11:375:430 Hazardous Wastes (NB)
11:375:444 Water Chemistry (NB)
11:375:459 Physical Properties of Soils (NB)
11:400:201 Principles of Food Science (NB)
11:400:402 Introductory Food Engineering Processes (NB)
14:125:201 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering (NB)
14:125:208 Introduction to Biomechanics (NB)
14:125:255 Biomedical Engineering System Physiology (NB)
14:125:303 Biomedical Transport Phenomena (NB)
14:125:306 Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Biological Systems (NB)
14:180:216 Introductory Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (NB)
14:180:243 Mechanics of Solids (NB)
14:332:221 Principles of Electrical Engineering I (NB)
14:332:222 Principles of Electrical Engineering II (NB)
14:332:231 Digital Logic Design (NB)
14:332:252 Programming Methodology I (NB)
14:332:373 Elements of Electrical Engineering (NB)
14:440:222 Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics (NB)
14:440:301 Introduction to Packaging Engineering (NB)
14:440:302 CAD For Packaging Engineering (NB)
14:440:371 Packaging Evaluation Methods (NB)
14:440:373 Packaging Manufacturing (NB)
14:440:378 Sustainable Packaging (NB)
14:440:392 Undergraduate Research in Engineering
14:440:403 Safety Engineering in Packaging (NB)
14:440:406 Packaging Printing and Decoration (NB)
14:440:468 Packaging Machinery (NB)
14:440:471 Distribution Packaging (NB)
14:540:201 Work Design and Ergonomics (NB)
14:540:210 Engineering Probability (NB)
14:540:303 Manufacturing Processes (NB)
14:540:475 Introduction to Pharmaceutical Manufacturing (NB)
14:635:203 Introduction to Materials Science & Engineering (NB)
14:635:204 Processing I (NB)
14:635:205 Crystal Chemistry and Structure of Materials (NB)
14:635:206 Thermodynamics (NB)
14:635:303 Phase Diagrams (NB)
14:635:304 Ceramic Compositions (NB)
14:635:305 Processing II (NB)
14:635:306 Processing III (NB)
14:635:307 Kinetics of Materials Processes (NB)
14:635:309 Characterization of Materials (NB)
14:635:312 Glass Engineering (NB)
14:635:314 Strength of Materials (NB)
14:635:316 Electronic, Optical And Magnetic Properties Of Materials (NB)
14:635:320 Introduction to Nanomaterials (NB)
14:635:321 Structural, Mechanical and Chemical Application of Nanostructures and Nanomaterials (NB)
14:635:322 Photonic, Electronic and Magnetic Applications of Nanostructures and Nanomterials (NB)
14:635:330 Introduction to Nanomaterials (NB)
14:635:340 Electrochemical Materials And Devices (NB)
14:635:410 Biological Applications Of Nanostructures And Nanomaterials (NB)
14:650:210 Introduction to Aerospace Engineering (NB)
14:650:231 Mechanical Engineering Computational Analysis and Design (NB)
14:650:291 Mechanics of Materials (NB)
14:650:388 Computer-Aided Design in Mechanical Engineering (NB)
16:400:515 PRN FOOD PROC ENG I (NB)
30:721:301 Introduction to Pharmaceutics (NB)
30:721:430 Introduction to Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics (NB)
TR:155:TE1 Chemical Engineering Technical Elective Transfer Equivalent (NB)
TR:155:TE2 Chemical Engineering Technical Elective Transfer Equivalent (NB)
TR:155:TEC Chemical Engineering Technical Elective Transfer Equivalent (NB)


*Senior standing and GPA of 3.0 or higher required. 

**If a >300 level math or science course is not listed above, please email the Undergraduate Director with the course description and syllabus for consideration.