We offer the following undergradudate degrees:
All Chemical engineering students begin their studies by acquiring a good foundation in mathematics, physics and chemistry. Higher-level courses cover the engineering, simulation and optimization of chemical processes, including the related economic principles.
Students in the bioengineering track will train in basic biology, biochemistry and genetics before taking additional bioprocess and bioengineering electives.
Students in the environmental engineering and sustainability track will train in basic aspects of chemical engineering before taking additional environmental engineering electives.
All tracks lead to the B.S. in Chemical Engineering and require the same chemical engineering core classes. The primary differences are in the science courses and technical electives that are taken. Your advisor can help you decide which track is right for you. For a side-by-side comparison view the the ENCH Undergraduate Curriculum chart.