Chemical Engineering Major: Bioengineering Option (B.S.)
Under this option, the required courses deal with the application of basic biological sciences and chemical engineering principles to the design and operation of large-scale bioprocesses for the production of high-value medicinal, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, biomedical, genetic engineering, and health care products. The elective courses permit the student to study topics of special interest in more depth or gain a broader perspective in bioengineering or some closely related subjects such as biochemistry or biotechnology experience in manufacturing or research. Three courses are required, and a minimum of two additional courses of at least three credits each should be selected from the electives list. Students interested in the bioengineering option should declare their intention to the department faculty during the sophomore year.
|CHE 400||Chemical Engineering Lectures||1|
|CHE 501||Introduction to Chemical Engineering I||3|
|CHE 502||Introduction to Chemical Engineering II||3|
|CHE 601||Fluid Mechanics and Unit Operations||3|
|CHE 602||Heat Transfer and Unit Operations||3|
|CHE 603||Applied Mathematics for Chemical Engineers||4|
|CHE 604||Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics||3|
|CHE 612||Chemical Engineering Laboratory I||3|
|CHE 614||Separation Processes||3|
|CHE 703||Mass Transfer and Stagewise Operations||3|
|CHE 707||Chemical Engineering Kinetics||3|
|CHE 708||Chemical Engineering Design||4|
|CHE 713||Chemical Engineering Laboratory II||3|
|CHE 752||Process Dynamics and Control||4|
|CHEM 405||Chemical Principles for Engineers||4|
|CHEM 683||Physical Chemistry I||3|
|CHEM 684||Physical Chemistry II||3|
|CHEM 685||Physical Chemistry Laboratory||2|
|CHEM 686||Physical Chemistry Laboratory||2|
|CHEM 651||Organic Chemistry I||3|
|CHEM 653||Organic Chemistry Laboratory||2|
|CHEM 652A||Organic Chemistry II||3|
|MATH 425||Calculus I||4|
|MATH 426||Calculus II||4|
|MATH 527||Differential Equations with Linear Algebra||4|
|MATH 644||Statistics for Engineers and Scientists||4|
|PHYS 407||General Physics I||4|
|PHYS 408||General Physics II||4|
|CHE 651||Biotech Experience/Biomanufacturing||4|
|CHE 761||Biochemical Engineering||4|
|Select one of the following:||3-4|
|Computational Molecular Bioengineering|
|Chemical Engineering Project|
|Principles of Biochemistry|
|Principles of Biochemistry|
- The ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering.
- The ability to design and conduct experiments safely, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
- The ability to identify, formulate and solve chemical engineering problems.
- The ability to design a process that meets desired specifications with consideration of environmental, safety, economic and ethical criteria.
- An appreciation of contemporary issues relevant to chemical engineering.
- Completed the UNH general education/Discovery program and obtained a broad education useful to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context.
- The ability to use computers effectively for engineering practice.
- An appreciation of professional and ethical responsibility.
- The ability to communicate effectively.
- Skills to search for information in the library and on the internet. These skills will be used in their pursuit of lifelong learning.
- The capacity of function and work effectively alone and in a team environment.