This page is under construction – please check back for updates. Posted: 11/20/14.
Below are the degree requirements for a bachelor of science in chemical engineering. Information outlined is provided by the Office of the Registrar, which every even numbered year publishes an updated official undergraduate course catalog.
Students may graduate under the course catalog covering any academic year in which he or she was enrolled in the Cockrell School of Engineering. Whichever catalog the student chooses, all degree requirements must be completed within six years of the end of the two-year period covered by that catalog. Military leave is excluded from time allowed for completion of the degree. Personal degree plans will depend on class availability, courses completed, and fulfillment of basic undergraduate required courses.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
[PDF documents attached]
|UT Catalog Degree Descriptions||2012-14||2010-12||2008-10||2006-08||2004-06|
|Suggested Arrangement of Courses||2012-14||2010-12
|Technical Option Areas||2012-14||2010-12||2008-10||2006-08||2004-06|
|History and Government Requirements||2012-14||2010-12||2008-10||2006-08||2004-06|
|4 Hr Chemistry Elective Requirements||2012-14||2010-12||2008-10||2006-08||2004-06|
|3 Hr Math, CH, PHY, BIO Requirements||2012-14||2010-12||2008-10||2006-08||2004-06|
|Social Science Requirements (Prior to Fall 2010)||N/A||N/A||2008-10||2006-08||2004-06|
|Social and Behavioral Sciences Requirements||2012-14||2010-12||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Fine Arts and Humanities Requirements (Prior to Fall 2010)||N/A||N/A||2008-10||2006-08||2004-06|
|Visual and Performing Arts Requirements||2012-14||2010-12||N/A||N/A||N/A|