Academic Calendar 2021-2022

Engineering Chemistry, B.A.Sc. (Class of 2022)

Second Year CORE 2019-2020

CHEE 209Analysis Of Process Data3.50
CHEE 221Chemical Processes And Systems3.50
CHEE 270ChemEtronics3.00
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 222Process Dynamics & Num Methods3.50
CHEE 223Fluid Mechanics3.50
ENCH 222Meth Struct Determination3.75
ENCH 245Applied Organic Chemistry I4.75
Total Units46.25

Third Year CORE 2020-2021

CHEE 311Fluid Phase And Reaction Equilibrium3.50
CHEE 321Chemical Reaction Engineering3.50
CHEE 330Heat And Mass Transfer3.50
CHEE 380Biochemical Engineering3.50
ENCH 213Intro To Chemical Analysis4.75
ENCH 312Transition Metal Chem3.50
APSC 221Economic And Business Practice3.00
CHEE 324Organic Process Development3.50
CHEE 331Design of Unit Operations4.50
CHEE 361Engineering Communications, Ethics & Professionalism1.00
CHEE 363Electrochemical Engineering3.50
ENCH 399Experimental Chemistry II3.50
Electives3.00
Total Units44.25

Fourth Year CORE 2021-2022

CHEE 460Appl Surface & Colloid Science3.50
ENCH 313Quantum Mechanics3.50
CHEE 471Chemical Process Design7.00
ENCH 417Research Project9.00
CHEE 415Engineering Chemistry Laboratory4.00
CHEE 463Electrochemical Energy Systems3.50
Electives15.00
Total Units45.50

Technical Electives

Students in the ENCH program are required to take two (2) courses from the approved Group A list (any combination from Materials, Environment, Biosciences, and General lists), and one (1) course from the approved Group B list.

Engineering Chemistry: Technical Electives

Engineering Economics

To meet the engineering economics requirement, students take APSC 221 Economic And Business Practice.

Communications

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

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.