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The graduate program in chemical engineering emphasizes advanced study in engineering fundamentals rather than specific technological applications. For an applicant to be admitted to full graduate standing, one of the following requirements must be met.
The applicant must have a recognized bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering; or the applicant must, as a minimum, show satisfactory academic training or demonstrate proficiency in the following subjects:
Mathematics (through Calculus, Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra).
Chemistry (through Organic and Physical).
Chemical Engineering (Stoichiometry, Transport Phenomena).
Thermodynamics (including thermodynamics of chemical change).
Every student admitted to graduate standing shall be required, as part of the academic requirements, to devote five hours per week to departmental teaching activities.