Bachelor of Chemical Engineering

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The Chemical Engineering Program at the University of Minnesota is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET (www.abet.org). The department graduates about 100 students with bachelor's degrees in Chemical Engineering each year. The core courses in the program are team taught by several faculty members. The organizing professor lectures three times a week to the entire class, and the class is split into smaller recitation sections for twice-weekly discussion and problem-solving meetings with a faculty member. Our team teaching approach puts the students and faculty in closer contact to the mutual benefit of both.


Bachelor of Chemical Engineering

 Curriculum

 Four Year Plan

 ABET Accreditation

University Catalog


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CONTACT

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Kacey Gregerson

Academic Advisor

 kgregers@umn.edu

"CEMS undergraduate students - please feel free to contact me with questions or concerns. I'm happy to be your first point-of-contact within the department."

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Samira Azarin

Director of Undergraduate Studies for Chemical Engineering

azarin@umn.edu

"Having a unique perspective based on science and engineering principles, graduates from our highly ranked chemical engineering program are prepared to meet challenges associated with the sustainable production of energy, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and advanced materials."