Students must be accepted into the College of Engineering and be advised by the College’s General Advising office. The Advising office verifies course completion and grades, then makes the necessary changes. (OASIS, SASS, in-house records and folder).
The student is to apply for official acceptance to the Department if he/she meets any of the following conditions:
a) If the student has been accepted by the University’s Honors Program.
b) If the student has satisfied all the calculus, general physics and generalchemistry requirements with grades of B or better on each course.
c) The advisor will discuss with the student the “path to graduation” and the department policies on computer use and honor violations. The student then brings the approved, signed, and dated documents to the Chemical Engineering Department office.
d) These documents will be filed and kept in the Chemical Engineering Department until application to graduation.
The student is now officially accepted into the Chemical Engineering Department.
The student needs to keep close ties with the departmental advisor to make sure he/she is on track in completing the program
The student’s application for graduation must be completed one semester in advance compared to the University’s time line. Check with the Chemical & Biomedical Engineering office for the exact deadline date.
The College of Engineering offers a number of scholarships for Undergraduates in Engineering. Applications packets are available in the Department office, the Dean’s office and the Engineering Advising office among other places. Seniors considering the B.S/M.S. option may be eligible for Teaching Assistantships with full tuition waiver. For more information, click College of Engineering Scholarships