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Chemical and Environmental Engineering

Overview: 

 

Undergraduate Program

The undergraduate program offers the Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (BSChE) degree. There are no official options offered; however, there are three emphases available within the BSChE degree:
  1. Environmental Engineering,
  2. Biomedical Engineering, and
  3. Pre-Medical.
In AY 2015-16, the department introduced a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering (BSEnvE) degree
 
The department offers minors in Chemical Engineering for students majoring in Chemistry, Biochemistry or other sciences, and other engineering majors. A student can choose a traditional Chemical Engineering emphasis, a Biochemical Engineering emphasis or an Environmental Engineering emphasis for the minor track.
 
The BSChE degree program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org. Overviews and assessment details pertaining to the undergraduate program in chemical engineering is described here: http://assessment.arizona.edu/eng/Chemical%20and%20Environmental%20Engineering%20Undergrad. The BSEnvE program may request an accreditation evaluation from the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org, once the program produces graduates.
 
 

Graduate Programs

The Department of Chemical & Environmental Engineering offers four graduate degrees as follows:

  1. Master of Science in Chemical Engineering
  2. Master of Science in Environmental Engineering
  3. Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Engineering
  4. Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Engineering 

Overviews and assessment details pertaining to the graduate programs in chemical and environmental engineering are described here: http://assessment.arizona.edu/eng/Chemical%20and%20Environmental%20Engineering%20Graduate

Updated date: Sat, 03/11/2017 - 13:35