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Chemical Engineering Systems Analysis

A minor in chemical engineering systems analysis provides students with a sophisticated understanding of the application of scientific knowledge to the solution of a vast array of practical problems in which chemistry plays a critical role. Students are taught the systems methodology that chemical engineers employ to analyze and solve real world problems involving distinct chemical components, chemical reaction, multiple phases, and mass transfer.

Minor is closed to chemical engineering majors.


There are chemistry and mathematics prerequisites for the minor.

Required Courses:


Chemical Process Analysis


Reaction Engineering I


Mass Transfer Operations

Elective Courses

Choose two of the following

Alternate energy systems

  • CHEM-201 Clean Energy: Hydrogen Fuel Cells
  • MECE-529 Renewable Energy Systems

Advanced materials

  • CHMG-201 Introduction to Organic Polymer Technology
  • CHMA-222 Chemical Separations
  • CHME-350 Multiple Scale Material Science
  • MECE-557 Applied Biomaterials
  • CHME-421 Interfacial Phenomena
  • CHMP-751 Colloid and Interface Science


  • BIME-200 Introduction to Musculoskeletal Biomechanics
  • MECE-358 Contemporary Issues in Bioengineering
  • BIME-370 Introduction to Biomaterials Science
  • MECE-407 Biomedical Device Engineering


  • CHME-310 Applied Thermodynamics


  • MECE-357 Contemporary Issues in Energy and the Environment
  • ISEE-787 Design for the Environment

Semiconductor Processing

  • MCEE-201 IC Technology
  • MCEE-503 Thin Films
  • MCEE-505 Lithography Materials and Processes