Chemical Engineering - Minor
The Department of Chemical Engineering offers a minor for students interested in applied chemistry related to the large-scale production of chemicals (e.g., clean water, food, beverages, pharmaceuticals, specialty chemicals, plastics, fertilizer, gasoline, etc.). Eligible students must submit an application in order to be considered for a minor in Chemical Engineering.
In order to earn a minor in Chemical Engineering, students must meet and adhere to the following requirements and guidelines:
- In good academic standing within major department (GPA of 3.0 or higher)
- Minimum of 30 hours completed with no grade below a C
- No grade below a C in minor courses
- Complete the courses listed for the selected Chemical Engineering minor
Please see our undergraduate office for assistance pertaining to certain engineering majors that may have courses which may substitute for courses in the minor.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|CHEM 322||Physical Chemistry for Engineers||3|
|CHEN 204||Elementary Chemical Engineering||3|
|CHEN 322||Chemical Engineering Materials||3|
|CHEN 324||Chemical Engineering Mass Transfer Operations||3|
|CHEN 354||Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics II||3|
|CHEN 364||Kinetics and Reactor Design||3|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||18|
Minimum GPR of 3.0 with at least 30 hours of Texas A&M credits completed.