Degree Requirements

Students must fulfill the Core Curriculum requirements of the university as well as the curriculum for the department’s degree program. You may be able to use Advanced Placement credits, transfer courses, or CLEP tests to fulfill some core and degree requirements.

You’ll have the opportunity to tailor your degree by choosing one of our five concentrations: Bioengineering, Chemical Process Engineering, Materials Processing Engineering, Environmental Engineering, and Semiconductor Manufacturing Engineering. The concentrations consist of approximately 18 hours designed to greater depth of specialized areas. Each concentration includes 6 hours of technical electives, chosen from our approved list.

Students should declare a concentration during the Sophomore year. 

Below are the requirements for the B.S. in Chemical Engineering and details on Concentrations: