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					                                                       CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
                           FIRST YEAR                        Academic Year: 2008-2009                                            SECOND YEAR
      Fall                     Winter                               Spring                             Fall                                 Winter                        Spring
                                                                                          MT H 252 Co-Req

    ChE 101                    ChE 102                          BioScience
                                 or                                                                 ChE 211                              ChE 212                     ChE 213
      or                                                                                                                                                             Process Data
   ENGR 111                   ENGR 112                           Elective                       Material Balances                            Energy
                                                                                                and S toichiometry                          Balances                   Analysis
                                                                   F,W,S (4)                                                                                               S (3)
       F (3)                   F,W,S (3)                                                                F (3)                                   W (3)
       HS Chem or Equiv.                                                                                                                                   Soph. Stdg.


   CH 221                     CH 222                              CH 223                            CH 331                                 CH 332                   ENGR 201
                              Chemistry                           Chemistry                          Organic                                Organic                   Electrical
   Chemistry
                                                                                                    Chemistry                              Chemistry                Fundamentals
     F,W (5)                                                                                                                                                          F, W, S (3)
                               W,S (5).                               S (5)                             F (4)                                   W (4)
                                                                                                                                 MT H 252                            MT H 254 Co-Req
                MT H 112

  MTH 251                    MTH 252                             MTH 254                           MTH 256                               MTH 306                   ENGR 211
   Differential                Integral                              Vector                         Differential                        Matrix & Power
                                                                                                                                                                         S tatics
    Calculus                   Calculus                             Calculus                         Equations                          S eries Methods

    F,W,S (4)                                                                                                                                                            F,W,S (3)
                               F,W,S (4)                            F,W,S (4)                         F,W,S (4)                             F,W,S (4)

                                                                    MT H 252 Co-Req                                             MT H 254
                                                     MT H 251                              MT H 252 MT H 254 Co-Req                                       WR 121

   WR 121                     COMM                                PH 211                            PH 212                               PH 213                     WR 327
    English                   111/114                              Physics                           Physics                               Physics                   Technical
  Composition                  S peech                           w/ Calculus                       w/ Calculus                          w/ Calculus                Report Writing

    F,W,S (3)                                                                                         F, W (4)
                                                                                                                                                                     F,W,S (3)
                               F,W,S (3)                            F, S (4)                                                               W, S (4)




                                        Shaded courses are required by the college prior to admission to the Professional Engineering Program
                                        Shaded courses are additional prerequisites for third-year courses.
                                (   ) T he number within the parenthesis represent the credits of the course.
Rev. 7/2008                     F, W,S: Represents the term the course is offered (Fall, Winter and Spring term respectively).
                                                        CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
                 Additional courses not requiring admission to the Professional Engineering Program

    CH 441                 CH 442
     Physical               Physical
    Chemistry              Chemistry

       W (3)                  S (3)




                                                                  Perspectives         Difference,
Perspectives           Perspectives           Perspectives                               Power &
                                                                  S ocial Processes
Western Culture        Cultural Diversity     Literature & Arts
                                                                   & Institutions     Discrimination
     F,W,S (3)                                    F,W,S (3)
                           F,W,S (3)                                  F,W,S (3)          F,W,S (3)



 Synthesis               Synthesis              Lifetime
 Contemporary             S cience,             Fitness           Electives
 Global Issues          Technology, &          e.g. HHS 231 +
                           S ociety                  Lab.
    F,W,S (3)              F,W,S (3)                                   (7)
                                                 F,W,S (3)



                                                                  NOTES:
  1. MECOP admission – all              shaded courses plus CH 222, CH 223, CH 331 and CH 332
  2. Starting Fall 2001, MTH 306 – Matrix and Power Series Methods (4), will replace MTH 253 – Infinite Series (4) (which is used
     for admission to the Professional Engineering Program) and MTH 341 – Linear Algebra (3) or equivalent.
  3. ChE 211 is required to begin the third-year course sequences.
  4. ChE 273, a web course from Brigham Young University (http://ce.byu.edu), can be substituted for ChE 211 and ChE 212. Please
     contact the ChE Department (541-737-4791) before choosing this option.
  5. Credits to graduate = 192.


Rev. 7/2008

				
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