Degree Requirements

One Program, Endless Opportunities

To earn a Bachelor of Science in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, students must excel in biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics. We help students develop this expertise through a rigorous curriculum outlined below, with the option of selecting a Focus Area to further tailor their education to their interests. Please see the below resources for more information.

 

Undergraduate Handbook

Updated yearly, the below handbook is an invaluable resource to both current and prospective students, containing pertinent course schedules and descriptions, contact information, resource guide, and policies.

Undergraduate Handbook for students entering Fall 2013 and Later

Undergraduate Handbook for students entering Fall 2008 and Later

Degree Checklists

These ChemBE-specific degree checklists are a tool for both students and their advisers to verify every student has fulfilled all degree requirements necessary for graduation. Whenever meeting with your faculty adviser, always bring an updated copy with you! The ‘General Checklist’ is for those students not pursuing a Focus Area, the ‘IN Checklist’ is for those students pursuing a Focus Area in Interfaces and Nanotechnology, and the ‘MCB Checklist’ is for students pursuing a Focus Area in Molecular & Cellular Biotechnology.

Please note the updated degree checklists for students entering Fall 2013 and later.

Students Entering Fall 2013 and Later

General Checklist (2013 & Later)

IN Checklist (2013 & Later)

MCB Checklist (2013 & Later)

Students Entering Fall 2008 through and including Fall 2012:

General Checklist (2008-2012)

IN Checklist (2008-2012)

MCB Checklist (2008-2012)

Requirement Waiver and Exception Forms

Substitution/Exception/Waiver Form

Using Research Credits as an Elective

 

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