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Chemical Engineering

Ph.D. Course Requirements

Ph.D. Course Requirements

Required Courses:
Engr I1100                               Engineering Analysis (3 credits)
ChE I3300                               Advanced Reaction Engineering (3 credits)

One of these two courses:

ChE I2800                               Advanced Chemical Thermodynamics (3 credits)
ChE I3200                               Statistical Mechanics (3 credits)

Two of these three courses:
Engr I0800                              Foundations of Fluid Mechanics (3 credits)
ChE I9100                               Mass Transfer (3 credits)
ME I3700                                 Convection Heat Transfer (3 credits)

Elective Courses:


One of these two courses:

ChE 57000                              Seminar (1 credit)
ChE 58990                              Doctoral Dissertation Research (2 credits)

For current electives see the graduate student bulletin. The following electives have
been offered through the ChE Department. Please, check the current schedule for
information as to which courses are offered in which semester.


ChE I3000                               Chemical Process Simulation
ChE I5200                               Powder Science and Technology
ChE I5500                               Interfacial Phenomena
ChE I5700                               Advanced Materials Engineering
ChE I5800                               Molecular Simulation
ChE I5900                               Nanotechnology
ChE I6100                               Advanced Topics in Polymer Science
ChE I8600                               Equilibrium Stage Separations
ChE I8800                               Bioseparations
ChE I9000                               Bioprocess Engineering
ChE G4000                             Modeling in Chemical Engineering
ChE G1500                             Rheology
ChE G1600                             Energy Engineering Systems
ChE G1700                             Polymer Processing
ChE G5500                             Soft Materials Laboratory