Dec 01, 2021  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Calendar 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Calendar [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

(CHE1) Chemical Engineering - Chemical Process Engineering Sub-Plan, B.A.Sc.(Class of 2022)


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Minimum Total Credits: 45


NOTE:  CHEE 224 will not be offered in 2019-2020.  Students will instead take MTHE 227.

Minimum Total Credits: 43


NOTE: It is recommended that students take APSC 221 during the fall term in preparation for CHEE 331 in the winter term.

Fourth Year CORE 2021-2022


Minimum Total Credits: 36


1 CHEE 410 plus a TECH elective from either Group A or Group B count together as one choice.  This TECH elective is counted separate from the technical elective requirements of the program.

2 CHEE 420  and a TECH elective from either Group A or Group B count together as one choice.  This TECH elective is counted separate from the technical elective requirements of the program.

3 MINE 434  and a TECH elective from either Group A or Group B count together as one choice.  This TECH elective is counted separate from the technical elective requirements of the program.

Technical Electives


Students in the CHE1 Process Engineering sub-plan (Class of 2022) 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 (Winter term of 3rd year), 2. MINE 451 (Fall term of 4th year), and MINE 434 (Winter term of 4th year).

PLEASE NOTE:  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.

PLEASE NOTE: 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.

   

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 APSC 221 (this is a CORE course).

Communications


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

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