Some courses will not count as a technical elective if their content overlaps with that of required courses for the Chemical Engineering BS. If you have any doubt that a particular course may be invalid as a technical elective, students should check with their academic advisor before registering for the course.
The following courses cannot be used to satisfy a 200+ or 300+ technical elective requirement
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
College of Arts and Sciences
Within the chemical engineering curriculum, students are required to complete either CHE 204 or BIO 205. Students that select the CHE 204 option are not allowed to use the following courses to satisfy a 200+ or 300+ technical elective requirement:
It is permissible to use these courses as a substitute for the CHE 204 / BIO 205 degree requirement.
Students that select the BIO 205 option are not allowed to use the following courses to satisfy a 200+ or 300+ TE requirement:
It is permissible to complete both CHE 204 and BIO 205 and thereby satisfy the CHE 204 / BIO 205 and the 200+ technical elective degree requirements.
The following course combinations cannot be used to satisfy Chemical Engineering BS degree requirements. Specifically, a student cannot use courses X and Y to satisfy the 200+ and 300+ technical elective requirements. Instead, just one of the two courses can be used to satisfy a 200+ or 300+ technical elective requirement. This restriction applies to those students following the “old”, i.e. without CE 341, curriculum.