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August 25, 2005



TO:


Robert Mrtek, Chair



Senate Committee on Educational Policy


FROM:

Roger Nelson





Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs


I am submitting for review and action by the Senate Committee on Educational Policy the
attached pro
posal from the Department of Chemical Engineering, College of Engineering, to
revise the B.S. in
Chemical
Engineering degree program and the Minor in
Chemical
Engineering.


The proposal was approved by the Department of Chemical Engineering in April 2004 a
nd by
the College of Engineering Educational Policy Committee on March 15, 2005.



RN:

Attachment


Cc:

C. Hulse


R. Betts


L. Kaufman


P. Banerjee


S. Laxpati


K. C. Gupta


S. Murad


K. Milla



















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Title:

Revision of the Bachelor of Science in
Chemical Engineering;

Revision of the Minor in Chemical Engineering

Sponsor:

Department of Chemical Engineering

College of Engineering

Description:

(1)

Modification of computer programming requirement to include C/ C++ (CS109) as an alternative to
Fortran (C
S108) to both the B.S. program and the Minor. Either class now satisfies the requirement.

(2)

Addition to the list of technical electives:


ChE 410, 438, 440, 450, 456

These changes do NOT affect total credit hours required in the Chemical Engineering u
ndergraduate program or the
minor..

Justification:

These changes do NOT affect other departments.

(1)

Acceptance of C/C++ as a valid programming course was made on the basis of an ongoing assessment
protocol that involves feedback from industrial, faculty an
d students (as detailed in the Chemical
Engineering ABET Interim Report, summer 2004). The underlying pedagogic purpose of algorithmic
thinking with a high
-
level language is fulfilled by C/C++ as well as by Fortran, and allows students (who
prefer C++ over
whelmingly in our assessment survey) a language that interfaces with software
developments in computer science and a programming culture shifting to C++ and object
-
oriented
methods. Both CS108 and CS109 have been modified by the CS department to include co
verage of Matlab,
and the corresponding title changes are reflected in the proposed UG Catalog listing.



(2) New technical elective courses have been developed, and the list is being expanded to give Chemical


Engineering seniors access t
o more choices among new and existing courses with the appropriate design


content.

Present Catalog Statement:


Curriculum in Chemical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering


In the chemical engineering curriculum, students l
earn
to apply chemistry, physics, and mathematics to the
industrial
-
scale production of chemicals, including
petroleum products, polymers, pharmaceuticals,
electronic devices, and foods. This program also
explores chemical engineering applications in
envir
onmental protection, waste treatment, the creation
of alternative energy sources, and other frontiers such as
microelectronic materials and nanotechnology.


The B.S. in Chemical Engineering program offers
expertise in a wide variety of areas, including
the
rmodynamics, separation processes, transport
phenomena, reactor design, combustion, and process
control. Students may use elective courses to specialize
in these and other areas. The program's goal is to
prepare students for careers in industry or governme
nt,
Proposed Catalog Statement:


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and for further study at the graduate level. As the only
chemical engineering department at a public university
in the Chicago metropolitan area, this program provides
unique opportunities for students to interact with world
-
class industries through re
search projects and internship
programs.


Required for the Bachelor of Science in Chemical
Engineering

(128 semester hours)


Required Outside the College of Engineering

Engr 100
--
Engineering Orientation (0 hrs)

Engr 100 carries one equivalent hour; does
not carry
credit towards graduation.

Engl 160
--
English Composition I (3 hrs)

Engl 161
--
English Composition II (3 hrs)

Humanities electives (6 hrs)

Social sciences electives (6 hrs)

Note: One of the humanities/social sciences courses or
electives outsi
de of the major rubric (see below) must be
approved for cultural diversity.


Math 180
--
Calculus I (5 hrs)

Math 181
--
Calculus II (5 hrs)

Math 210
--
Calculus III (3 hrs)

Math 220
--
Introduction to Differential Equations I (3
hrs)

Phys 141
--
General Physics

I (Mechanics) (4 hrs)

Phys 142
--
General Physics II (Electricity and
Magnetism) (4 hrs)

Chem 112
--
General College Chemistry I (5 hrs)

Chem 114
--
General College Chemistry II (5 hrs)

Chem 222
--
Analytical Chemistry (4 hrs)

Chem 232
--
Organic Chemistry I (
4 hrs)

Chem 233
--
Organic Chemistry Laboratory I (1 hrs)

Chem 234
--
Organic Chemistry II (4 hrs)

Chem 342
--
Physical Chemistry I (3 hrs)

Chem 346
--
Physical Chemistry II (3 hrs)

Total: (71 hrs)

Required in the College of Engineering

ChE 201
--
Introduction

to Thermodynamics (3 hrs)

ChE 210
--
Material and Energy Balances (4 hrs)

ChE 301
--
Chemical Engineering: Thermodynamics (3
hrs)

ChE 311
--
Transport Phenomena I (3 hrs)

ChE 312
--
Transport Phenomena II (3 hrs)

ChE 313
--
Transport Phenomena III (3 hrs)

ChE

321
--
Chemical Reaction Engineering (3 hrs)

ChE 341
--
Chemical Process Control (3 hrs)

ChE 381
--
Chemical Engineering Laboratory I (2 hrs)

ChE 382
--
Chemical Engineering Laboratory II (2 hrs)

ChE 396
--
Senior Design I (4 hrs)

ChE 397
--
Senior Design II (3
hrs)

CME
260
--
Properties of Materials (3 hrs)









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CS 108
--
Fortran Programming for Engineers (3 hrs)



ECE 210
--
Electrical Circuit Analysis (3 hrs)

Total: (45 hrs)


Technical Elective

One technical elective must be chosen from the
following design
-
ori
ented courses.

ChE 392
--
Undergraduate Research (3 hrs)

An appropriate design
-
related research project may be
selected with the approval of the Department of
Chemical Engineering.



ChE 413
--
Introduction to Flow
in Porous Media (3 hrs)

ChE 421
--
Combustion Engineering (3 hrs)

ChE 422
--
Biochemical Engineering (3 hrs)

ChE 423
--
Catalytic Reaction Engineering (3 hrs)

ChE 431
--
Numerical Methods in Chemical Engineering (3 hrs)




ChE 441
--
Computer Applications in Ch
emical Engineering


(3 hrs)

ChE 445
--
Mathematical Methods in Chemical Engineering


(3 hrs)






ChE 494
--
Selected Topics in Chemical Engineering (3 hrs)

Total: (3 hrs)


Note: Possible technical elective credit for a 40
0
-
level ChE
course not listed above will require departmental approval by
petition to the Undergraduate Committee
.


Electives Outside Major Rubric

Students must complete electives outside the ChE
rubric. (6 hrs)

Total: (6 hrs)

Free Elective

One free elec
tive may be chosen by the student (3
semester hours).


For information on admission, additional graduation
requirements, and academic regulations in the college,
see College of Engineering .




Typical Course Schedule

FIRST YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER


SAME


CS 108
--

Fortran Programming for Engineers with Matlab


(3 hrs) or CS 109
--

C/C ++ Programming for Engi
neers


with MatLab (3 hrs).

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ChE 410
--

Transport Phenomena (3 hrs)

SAME

SAME

SAME

SAME

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ChE 438
--

Computational Molecular Modeling (3 hrs)

ChE 440
--

Non
-
Newtonian Fluids (3 hrs)



SAME

SAME

SAME

SAME

ChE 450
--

Air Poll
ution Engineering (
4

hrs)

ChE 456
--

Fundamentals and Design of Microelectronics


Processes (3 hrs)


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Engr 100
--
Engineering Orientation (1 hrs)

Engr 100 awards no credit towards graduation.

Engl 160
--
English Composition I (3 hrs)

Math 180
--
Calculus I (5 hrs)

Chem 112
--
General College Chemistry I (5 hrs)

Humanities or social sciences elective (3 hrs)

Total: (1
7 hrs)


SECOND SEMESTER

Engl 161
--
English Composition II (3 hrs)

Math 181
--
Calculus II (5 hrs)

Phys 141
--
General Physics I (Mechanics) (4 hrs)

Chem 114
--
General College Chemistry II (5 hrs)

Total: (17 hrs)


SECOND YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER


Math 210
--
Ca
lculus III (3 hrs)

Phys 142
--
General Physics II (Electricity and
Magnetism) (4 hrs)

Chem 232
--
Organic Chemistry I (4 hrs)

CS 108
--
Fortran Programming for Engineers (3 hrs)




ChE 201
--
Introduction to Thermodynamics (3 hrs)

Total: (17 hrs)


SECOND SEM
ESTER

Math 220
--
Introduction to Differential Equations I (3
hrs)

Chem 233
--
Organic Chemistry II (4 hrs)

Chem 234
--
Organic Chemistry Lab I (1 hrs)

ChE 210
--
Material and Energy Balances (4 hrs)

Humanities or social sciences elective (3 hrs)

Total: (15
hrs)


THIRD YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER


Chem 342
--
Physical Chemistry I (3 hrs)

ECE 210
--
Electrical Circuit Analysis (3 hrs)

ChE 311
--
Transport Phenomena I (3 hrs)

Humanities or social sciences elective (3 hrs)

C
ME

260
--
Properties of Materials (3 hrs)

Total: (15 hrs)


SECOND SEMESTER

Chem 222
--
Analytical Chemistry (4 hrs)

Chem 346
--
Physical Chemistry II (3 hrs)

ChE 312
--
Transport Phenomena II (3 hrs)

ChE 301
--
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (3
hrs)

Humanities or social sciences elective (3 hr
s)











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CS 108
--
Fortran Programming for Engineers with Matlab (
3
hrs)
or


CS 109


C/C++ Programming for Engineers with Matlab

(3 hrs)

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Total: (16 hrs)


FOURTH YEAR

FIRST SEMESTER


ChE 313
--
Transport Phenomena III (3 hrs)

ChE 321
--
Chemical Reaction Engineering (3 hrs)

ChE 381
--
Chemical Engineering Laboratory I (2 hrs)

ChE 396
--
Senior Design I (4 hrs)

Elective outside of the majo
r rubric (3 hrs)

Total: (15 hrs)


SECOND SEMESTER

ChE 382
--
Chemical Engineering Laboratory II (2 hrs)

ChE 341
--
Chemical Process Control (3 hrs)

ChE 397
--
Senior Design II (3 hrs)

ChE design elective (3 hrs)

Elective selected from ChE

413, 421, 42
2, 423, 431,
441, 445, 494 or 392 (department approval is required
for ChE 392).

Elective outside of the major rubric (3 hrs)

Free elective (3 hrs)

Total: (17 hrs)



Minor in Chemical Engineering

For the minor, 16
-
18 semester hours are required,
exclud
ing prerequisite courses. Students outside the
Department of Chemical Engineering who wish to
minor in Chemical Engineering must complete the
following:


Prerequisite Courses

Chem Engr Minor Hours

CHEM 112

General Chemistry I (5)

5

OR

CHEM 116

Honors General Chemistry (5)

CHEM 342

Physical Chemistry I 3

CS 108

Fortran Programming for Engineers 3



MATH 180

Calculus I 5

MATH 181

Calculus II

5

MATH 210

Calculus III 3

MATH 220

Intro to Differential Equations 3

PHYS 141

General Physics I (Mechanics) 4

PHYS 142

General Physics II (Electricity and

Magnetism) 4

Total Hours

Prerequisites for Chemical


Engineering Minor 35


Required Courses

Chemical Engineering Hours


Minor

CHE 210

Mat
erial and Energy Balances 4

CHE 301

Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 3

CHE 321

Chemical Reaction Engineering 3






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SECOND SEMESTER


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Elective selected from ChE 410,
413, 421, 422, 423, 431, 438,
440, 441, 445, 45
0, 456, 494 or 392 (department approval is
required for ChE 392).

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CS 108

Fortran Programming for Engineers with MatLab (3
hrs)
or
CS 109

C/C++ Programming for Engineerings with
MatLab (3 hrs)


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Choose one of the following courses:
3
-
4

CHE 311

Transport Phenomena I (3)

OR

ME 211

Fluid Mec
hanics I (4)


Choose one of the following courses:
3
-
4

CHE 312

Transport Phenomena II (3)

ME 321

Heat Transfer (4)

CHE 313

Transport Phenomena II (3)

Total Hours

Required Courses for

Chemical Engineering Minor 1
6
-
18




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Minority Impact Statement:

DNA.

Budgetary and Staff Implications:

None.

Library Resource Implications:

None.

Space Implications:

None.

Unit (e.g. department) approval date:

April 2004

College (educational policy committee, faculty) a
pproval dates:

March 15, 2005

Proposed Effective Date:

Spring 2006












Course Descriptions:


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Chemical Engineering (CHE):

CHE 410

Transport Phenomena

3 hours.

Continuum theory of momentum, energy, and mass transfer. Viscous behavior
of fluids. La
minar and turbulent flow. Thermal conduction and convection, diffusion and
coupled operations.
Prerequisite(s)
: CHE 312 or consent of the instructor.

CHE 438

Computational Molecular Modeling

3 hours.

Provide students with a fundamental understanding of th
e methods,
capabilities and limitations of molecular simulations. Extensive computer use required.
Prerequisite(s)
: CHE 301. Recommended background: Engineering/Science.

CHE
440

Non
-
Newtonian Fluids

3 hours.

Fluid mechanics and transport processes involvi
ng non
-
Newtonian fluids.
Purely viscous and viscoelastic behavior. Viscometric functions and rheometry. Heat
and mass transfer in non
-
Newtonian fluids.
Prerequisite(s)
: CHE 410 or consent of the
instructor.

CHE
450

Air Pollution Engineering

4 hours.

Envir
onmental aspects of combustion processes, pollutant formation. Control
of pollutants and particulates. Air quality control. Fundamentals of combustion. Same as
ME 450.
Prerequisite(s)
: ME 321 or consent of the instructor.

CHE
456

Fundamentals and Design o
f Microelectronics Processes

3 hours.

Design and practical aspects of the most advanced state of micro
-

and nano
-
electronics processing with emphasis on thin film deposition, substrate passivation,
lithography and etching with thermodynamics, kinetics, rea
ctor design, and optimization.
Extensive computer use required.
Prerequisite(s)
: Graduate standing or consent of the
instructor. Recommended background: Engineering/Science.


Computer Science (CS):

CS 108

Fortran Programming for Engineers with MatLab

3 ho
urs.

Program design using Fortran: data types and operators, control structures,
subprograms, file I/O, common storage. Engineering applications: matrices, equation
solutions, MatLab environment. Programming assignments. Extensive computer use
required.
Pr
erequisite(s)
: Credit or concurrent registration in MATH 180.

CS 109

C/C ++ Programming for Engineers with MatLab

3 hours.

Program design using C/C++: Data types and operators, control structures,
functions, file I/O, arrays and structures. Engineering ap
plications: Matrices, equation
solution, MatLab. Programming assignments. Extensive computer use required.
Prerequisite(s)
: Credit or concurrent registration in MATH 180.