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CHE 413. Plant Design II: Preliminary Process Project Engineering. 3 Credits.

Proficiency is gained in the development of the preliminary design for a major chemical process. A variety of oral communication skills are included. Prerequisites: CHE 411 with a C or better and CHE 408; Chemical Engineering majors only or permission of instructor. S.

Chemical Engineering (ChE)

The department’s primary objective is the education of undergraduate students so that, upon graduation, they are prepared to take challenging entry-level positions in a wide range of industries. These include not only traditional chemical and petroleum processing, but also fields such as biotechnology, consumer products, electronic materials, energy, food, polymers, pulp and paper, and environmental protection. They may be engaged in research, teaching, development, manufacturing, technical support, marketing, sales or project engineering, and frequently enter engineering management later in their careers. The prescribed curriculum provides a sound, technically based general education for those graduates who wish to pursue other professions such as medicine, law and business. Research and professional activities by members of the faculty, conducted in collaboration with graduate and undergraduate students, provide training for our students on how to succeed as researchers.

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