1. BEng (Chemical Engineering)

Four Year program


First Year: Fall Term

Lec

Lab
Engineering 1135 - Introduction to Chemical Engineering Calculations

3

1.5
Engineering 2151 - Electrical and Electronics Technology

3

1.5
Chemistry 1110 - Modern Chemistry I

3

3
English 1238 - Technical Writing II

3

0
Mathematics 1071+ - Vectors and Matrices

3

2
Mathematics 1210 - Calculus I

3

1
 

18

9
+Students who have completed Gr. 12U Calculus and Vectors with a minimum grade of 60% are not required to take Mathematics 1071.

First Year: Winter Term

Lec

Lab
Engineering 1554 - Unit Operations I

3

1.5
Engineering 1635 - Fluid Mechanics

3

1.5
Engineering 1234 - Chemical Technology of Wood Products

2

0
Chemistry 1130 - Modern Chemistry II

3

3
**Computer Science 0411 - Elementary Computing

3

1
Mathematics 1230 - Calculus II

3

1
 

17

8

**With the approval of the Department of Chemical Engineering, Computer Science 0411 may be replaced by another high-level computer programming course.

Second Year: Fall Term

Lec

Lab
Engineering 2039* - Paper Manufacture & Analysis

2

1
Engineering 2330 - Applied Chemical Thermodynamics

3

1
Engineering 2331 - Unit Operations II

3

1.5
Chemistry 2111 - Analytical Chemistry I

3

3
Chemistry 2211 - Organic Chemistry I

3

3
Mathematics 2050 - Applied Analysis I

3

1
 

17

10.5

Second Year: Winter Term

Lec

Lab
Engineering 2332 - Engineering Management and Economics

3

0
Engineering 2434 - Measurement, Instrumentation and Control

3

3
Engineering 2450 - Organic Industrial Processes

3

0
Engineering 3016** - Engineering Mechanics

4

0
Chemistry 2231 - Organic Chemistry II

3

3
Chemistry 3131 - Analytic Chemistry II

3

3
Mathematics 2070 - Applied Analysis II

3

1
 

22

10

*With the approval of the Chemical Engineering Department, Engineering 2039 may be replaced by Engineering 2939 - Technology Project (3-0; or 3-0).

**This course is also offered in the Summer Transition Program and is not required for the Engineering Technology Diploma.

Note:
At this point, all students are required to apply to graduate with an Engineering Technology Diploma in Chemical Engineering.

Third Year: Fall Term

Lec

Lab
Engineering 3337 - Fluid Dynamics

3

1
Engineering 3338 - Mass Transfer Separations I

3

3
Engineering 3070 - Material and Energy Balances

3

1.5
Mathematics 3012 - Vector Analysis and Power Series

3

1
 One engineering elective course

 2

 1.5
One complementary studies* elective course

3

0

17

8

Third Year: Winter Term

Lec

Lab
Engineering 3434 - Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

3

1.5
Engineering 3438 - Mass Transfer Separations II

3

3
Engineering 3453 - Heat Transfer Design

3

1.5
Mathematics 3050 - Numerical Analysis and Computing

3

1
 One engineering elective course

 2

 1.5
One complementary studies* elective course

3

0

17

8.5

Fourth Year: Fall Term

Lec

Lab
Engineering 4032 - Materials Science

3

1.5
Engineering 4132 - Chemical Plant Design I

3

1.5
Engineering 4150 - Chemical Reactor Design

3

3
Engineering 4969 - Degree Project

3

0
Mathematics 4030 - Probability and Statistics

3

0
One engineering elective course

2

1.5
One complementary studies* elective course

3

0

20

7.5

Fourth Year: Winter Term

Lec

Lab
Engineering 4152 - Process Control

3

1.5
Engineering 4432 - Chemical Plant Design II

3

1.5
Engineering 4539 - Professional Practice and Law

3

0
Engineering 4969 - Degree Project

3

0
Chemistry 3431 - Polymer Chemistry

3

0
One engineering elective course

2

1.5
One complementary studies* elective course

3

0

20

4.5

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ELECTIVE COURSES

Chemical Engineering students will normally select their engineering elective courses from the following list. Not all elective courses in this list will be offered every year.

Engineering 0136 - Environmental Control
Engineering 0330 - Fluid System Design
Engineering 0334 - Selected Topics in Chemical Engineering
Engineering 0335 - Air Pollution Control Methods and Analysis
Engineering 0339 - Process Optimization
Engineering 0533 - Electrochemical Engineering
Engineering 0536 - Heat Exchanger Design and Thermal Radiation
Engineering 0551 - Kraft Mills and the Environment
Engineering 0555 - Chemical and Physical Hazards
Engineering 0570 - Mechanical Pulping
Engineering 0577 - Chemical Plant Simulation
Engineering 0630 - Fuels, Energy and the Environment
Engineering 0631 - Bioprocess Engineering
Engineering 0632 - Process Safety
Engineering 0650 - Hazardous and Industrial Waste Management
Engineering 0653 - Fundamentals of Petroleum Recovery
Engineering 3334 - Advanced Controls I
Engineering 3738 - Hydrology

*For information regarding complementary studies elective courses, contact Department Chair.

 

 

COURSES

ELECTIVE COURSES


See also:
Faculty of Engineering - Undergraduate Programs
- Introduction
- Regulations

Faculty of Graduate Studies
- Information/Regulations
- Faculty of Engineering

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