Academic Calendar 2021-2022

(CHE1) Chemical Engineering - Chemical Process Engineering Sub-Plan, B.A.Sc. (Class of 2023)

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Second Year CORE 2020-2021

CHEE 209Analysis Of Process Data3.50
CHEE 221Chemical Processes And Systems3.50
CHEE 224Transport Phenomena Fundamentals3.00
ENCH 211Main Group Chemistry4.75
ENCH 212Princip Of Chem Reactivity4.00
MTHE 225Ordinary Differential Equations3.50
APSC 200Engineering Design & Practice II4.00
APSC 293Engineering Communications1.00
CHEE 210Thermodynamics of Energy Conversion Systems3.50
CHEE 218Laboratory Projects I2.50
CHEE 222Process Dynamics & Num Methods3.50
CHEE 223Fluid Mechanics3.50
ENCH 245Applied Organic Chemistry I4.75
Total Units45.00

Third Year CORE 2021-2022

APSC 221Economic And Business Practice3.00
CHEE 311Fluid Phase And Reaction Equilibrium3.50
CHEE 315Laboratory Projects II4.00
CHEE 321Chemical Reaction Engineering3.50
CHEE 330Heat And Mass Transfer3.50
CHEE 380Biochemical Engineering3.50
CHEE 319Process Dynamics & Control3.50
CHEE 323Industrial Catalysis3.50
CHEE 331Design of Unit Operations4.50
CHEE 361Engineering Communications, Ethics & Professionalism1.00
CHEE 371Mitigation of Industrial Pollution3.50
Elective - Technical Elective F/W3.00
Elective - Complementary Studies F/W3.00
Total Units43.00

Fourth Year CORE 2022-2023

CHEE 418Strategies Proc Investigations3.50
CHEE 412Transport Phenomena3.50
CHEE 471Chemical Process Design7.00
Elective - Technical Elective F/W9.00
Elective - Complementary Studies F/W6.00
Select one from the following:7.00
Technology, Engineering & Management (TEAM)
Multi-disciplinary Industry
Technical Entrepreneurship 1
Laboratory Projects III 2
Research Project
Project Report 3
Total Units36.00

Technical Electives

Students in the CHE1 Process Engineering sub-plan must take four (4) technical elective (TECH) courses - two (2) technical elective courses from the Technical Electives Group A list and two (2) courses from either the Technical Electives Group A or Technical Electives Group B list.

For students interested in a Minerals Processing/Metal Extraction focus the recommended course sequence is:

  1. MINE 267 Applied Chemistry for Mining (Winter term of 3rd year),
  2. MINE 451 Chemical Extraction Of Metals (Fall term of 4th year), and
  3. MINE 434 Project Report (Winter term of 4th year).

Chemical Process and Bioengineering Sub-plan: Technical Electives

Complementary Studies

Students choose a total of 9 credits from the approved Lists A or B, of which 3 credits must be taken from List A.

Refer to the Complementary Studies section of this calendar for details regarding the requirements for all Engineering plans.

Engineering Economics

To meet the engineering economics requirement, students take APSC 221 Economic And Business Practice (this is a CORE course).


To meet the communications course requirement, students take APSC 293 Engineering Communications and CHEE 361 Engineering Communications, Ethics & Professionalism (these are CORE courses).