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  • CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

    UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT HANDBOOK

    Revised: June, 2013

    NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL

    STATE UNIVERSITY

    DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL AND BIOENGINEERING

    COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

    GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA 27411

    Phone (336) 285-3661

    http://www.ncat.edu/academics/schools-colleges1/coe/cbbe/index.html

    http://www.ncat.edu/academics/schools-colleges1/coe/cbbe/index.html

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................... 4

    GENERAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................. 4

    PROGRAM MISSION ................................................................................................................. 4

    EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES ................................................................................................ 4

    DEGREES OFFERED ................................................................................................................. 4

    PROGRAM OUTCOMES ........................................................................................................... 4

    PROGRAM OVERVIEW ............................................................................................................ 5

    B. ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATION EXPERIENCE .................................... 7

    C. MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE EXPERIENCE ....................................................... 7

    D. COMPUTER EXPERIENCE ......................................................................................... 8

    E. LABORATORY EXPERIENCE .................................................................................... 8

    F. ENGINEERING SCIENCE EXPERIENCE ................................................................... 8

    G. ENGINEERING DESIGN EXPERIENCE ..................................................................... 9

    H. RESEARCH AND INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCES .................................................... 10

    I. COLLOQUIUM ............................................................................................................ 10

    DEPARTMENT ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS ................................................................. 10

    A. B.S. ChE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS ............................................................ 11

    B. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING CURRICULUM .......................................................... 11

    C. ELECTIVE COURSES ................................................................................................. 12

    1. Chemical Engineering Electives (6 credits) .............................................................. 12

    2. Advanced Chemistry Elective (6 credits) ............................................................... 12

    D. PREREQUISITE AND COREQUISITE COURSES ................................................... 13

    E. CHEN CLASS ATTENDANCE POLICY ................................................................... 14

    COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING REQUIREMENTS ............................................................ 15

    A. MINIMUM C GRADE POLICY ............................................................................... 15

    B. FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGINEERING (FE) EXAMINATION ............................... 15

    ADVISING AND REGISTRATION ......................................................................................... 15

    A. DROP/ADD PROCEDURES ....................................................................................... 16

    B. AUDITS ........................................................................................................................ 16

    C. COURSE LOAD ........................................................................................................... 17

    TRANSFER CREDIT ................................................................................................................ 17

    RESOLUTION OF PROBLEMS AND COMPLAINTS ........................................................ 17

    PERMISSION TO TAKE COURSES ELSEWHERE............................................................ 17

    COOPERATIVE EDUCATION ............................................................................................... 18

    INDEPENDENT STUDY ........................................................................................................... 18

    COLLEGE CONSORTIUM ...................................................................................................... 18

    SCHOLARSHIPS ....................................................................................................................... 19

    STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS ................................................................................................ 19

    AIChE Student Chapter ............................................................................................................ 19

    Omega Chi Epsilon (OXE) ........................................................................................................ 20

    Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) .......................................................................................... 20

    COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC REGULATIONS ......................................... 21

    A. REPETITION OF COURSES ...................................................................................... 21

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    B. ACADEMIC RETENTION .......................................................................................... 21

    C. INCOMPLETE GRADES ............................................................................................ 22

    D. ACADEMIC DISHONESTY POLICY ........................................................................ 23

    E. DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR IN THE CLASSROOM ................................................... 23

    F. GRADUATION UNDER A GIVEN CATALOG ........................................................ 24

    G. FINAL EXAMINATIONS............................................................................................ 24

    H. GRADUATION WITH HONORS ............................................................................... 24

    APPENDIX .................................................................................................................................. 26

    Chemical Engineering Faculty Profiles .................................................................................... 26

    Directory of Chemical Engineering (CHEN) Courses .............................................................. 27

    Directory of Mechanical & Chemical Engineering (MCEN) Courses...................................... 31

    Program Support Courses ......................................................................................................... 31

    University Studies (UNST) ....................................................................................................... 35

    Chemical Engineering Curriculum/2006-2010 ......................................................................... 36

    Chemical Engineering Curriculum/2010-2012 ......................................................................... 37

    Chemical Engineering Curriculum/2012-Present ..................................................................... 38

    Approved Curriculum Guide Fall 2012 ................................................................................. 39

    Notes ......................................................................................................................................... 41

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    INTRODUCTION

    This handbook represents a compilation of information about the Chemical Engineering curriculum, graduation

    requirements, and regulations that affect Chemical Engineering majors at NC A&T State University. It serves

    as a guide to the students and faculty in the department and must be followed to ensure the quality and

    uniformity of the Chemical Engineering program.

    Each student is responsible for informing themselves of the academic regulations and requirements set

    forth in this handbook. Failure to meet the requirements or comply with regulations because of lack of

    knowledge thereof does not excuse the student from meeting the academic regulations and

    requirements.

    GENERAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

    The Chemical Engineering B.S. Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of

    ABET, http://www.abet.org. The program requirements are defined in this handbook.

    PROGRAM MISSION

    The mission of the BSChE program at North Carolina A&T State University is to provide students with a

    learning experience in chemical engineering that will instill in them a lifelong sense of learning, social

    responsibility, and commitment to improving the quality of life for all people. The Department seeks to provide

    an atmosphere of dedicated service to the student by providing instruction, counseling, program planning,

    career guidance, and any other supportive student services to facilitate their growth and success in the

    academic and professional communities.

    PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

    Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering Program are expected within a few years of

    graduation to have:

    1) Performed effectively in a chemical engineering related position in industry or in graduate/professional

    schools.

    2) Demonstrated teamwork and le

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