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2015-2016 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Calendar 
2015-2016 Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science Calendar [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Chemical Engineering - Chemical Process Engineering Sub-Plan, B. Sc. (2018)

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Minimum Total Units: 44.25

Minimum Total Units: 43

1 CHE1 students are preloaded into the fall term of CHEE 315  (instructor’s request), but can change sections and/or terms with the instructor’s permission.

2 Electives can be taken in either the fall or winter terms, but recommend taking in winter term to maintain a balanced course load.

Fourth Year CORE 2017-2018

Minimum Total Credits: 38.75

1 CHEE 420  and a TECH elective from either Group A or Group B count together as one choice.

Technical Electives

In some cases, a course on this list is already core for a Sub-plan, and that course is therefore excluded as an elective for that Sub-plan. Some of these elective courses may not be available to students due to pre-requisite course requirements. The student is responsible for confirming that he/she has the necessary prerequisites or permission of the instructor.

Course availability and the term in which a course is held can change from one academic year to the next. This can occur due to instructor availability or a change to departmental resources. Please refer to SOLUS to find out if the TECH course is offered this upcoming year.

Students in the Process Engineering Sub-plan (CHE1) must take a minimum of nine (9) credits in technical electives of which a minimum of three (3) credits must be from the CHE1 Group A technical electives list and the remaining six (6) credits from either the CHE1 Group A or Group B technical electives list.


Complementary Studies

Students choose 9 credits from the approved Lists A, B, C, or D of which 6 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 CHEE 310  (this is a CORE course).


To meet the communications course requirement, students take APSC 293  and CHEE 360  (these are CORE courses).

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