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1 Chemical Engineering Program Road Maps Undergraduate Curriculum Options For Class of 04 and Beyond Dear Chemical Engineering Student: This document contains our Chemical Engineering curriculum Road Maps, showing you how to fulfill our curriculum of study while guiding you through a choice of minors. Please note that there are no restrictions on the number of minors you may receive. Set your sights high and work with your advisor to meet your goals! Page No. Credits General Chemical Engineering Curriculum 9 Chemistry Minor 9 Environmental Engineering Minor 4 9 Materials Engineering Minor 5 9 Math Minor 6 9 Molecular and Cell Biology Minor 7 6 Pre-Med/Pre-Dental Preparation 8 4 Engineering Management Minor 9 5 EUROTECH Program 0 68 The Chemical Engineering Program Education Objectives are that our alumni: Prepare our graduates for professional careers through rigorous training in the fundamentals of chemical engineering. Prepare our graduates to contribute to the evolving and expanding field of chemical engineering by providing a foundation for post-graduate education and life-long professional development.

2 General CHEG Curriculum CHEM 7Q General Chemistry 4 CHEM 8Q General Chemistry 4 MATH Q Calculus I 4 MATH Q Calculus II 4 ENGR 000 Orientation to Engineering ENGR 66 Foundations of Engineering CSE 00C Intro to Computing Arts & Humanities (Content Area ) ENGL 00 or 0 Academic Writing 4 Social Sciences (Content Area ) 6 7 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics I 4 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics II 4 CHEM 44 Organic Chemistry CHEM 446 Organic Chemistry Lab MATH 0Q Multivariable Calculus 4 CHEM 444 Organic Chemistry CHEG 0 Intro to Chem Engineering MATH 40Q Diff Equations PHIL 04 Ethics (Content Area ) CHEG Thermodynamics I Free Elective 7 7 CHEG Thermodynamics II CHEG 4 Heat & Mass Transfer CHEG Fluid Mechanics CHEG 5 Process Kinetics CHEG 7 Fluid Mechanics Lab CHEG 8 Heat/Mass/Kinetics Lab CHEG 45 Chemical Engineering Analysis Engineering Requirement Social Science (Content Area ) Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) MCB/Biology/CHEM Requirement CHEG 47W Chem Engineering Lab CHEG 47W Chem Engineering Lab OR Free Elective OR Free Elective CHEG 440 Capstone Design CHEG 447 Process Dynamics & Control CHEG 44 Unit Ops & Process Simulation Lab CHEG 44 Capstone Design Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) CHEG Requirement CHEG Requirement Professional Requirement Engineering Requirement 6 5 University General Education Requirements: Courses selected for Content Areas & must be in four different also satisfy a Content Area or requirement. MCB/Biology/CHEM requirement may be satisfied by the following courses: Principles of Biology (BIOL 07/08 4 credits), Introduction to Biochemistry (MCB credits), Biochemistry (MCB 00 5 credits) or Fundamentals of Microbiology (MCB 60 4 credits), Physical Chemistry (CHEM 56-4 credits), Analytical Chemistry (CHEM - 4 credits), Physical Chemistry (CHEM credits) or others by petition. CHEG Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level chemical engineering course; Engineering Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level engineering course; Professional Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level engineering, science or math courses. A full list can be found at: Total 9 credits

3 Chemical Engineering Major Chemistry Minor Curriculum CHEM 7Q General Chemistry 4 CHEM 8Q General Chemistry 4 MATH Q Calculus I 4 MATH Q Calculus II 4 ENGR 000 Orientation to Engineering ENGR 66 Foundations of Engineering CSE 00C Intro to Computing Arts & Humanities (Content Area ) ENGL 00 or 0 Academic Writing 4 Social Sciences (Content Area ) 6 7 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics I 4 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics II 4 CHEM 44 Organic Chemistry CHEM 446 Organic Chemistry Lab 4 MATH 0Q Multivariable Calculus 4 CHEM 444 Organic Chemistry CHEG 0 Intro to Chem Engineering MATH 40Q Diff Equations PHIL 04 Ethics (Content Area ) CHEG Thermodynamics I Free Elective 7 7 CHEG Thermodynamics II CHEG 4 Heat & Mass Transfer CHEG Fluid Mechanics CHEG 5 Process Kinetics CHEG 7 Fluid Mechanics Lab CHEG 8 Heat/Mass/Kinetics Lab CHEG 45 Chemical Engineering Analysis Engineering Requirement Social Science (Content Area ) Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) CHEM Analytical Chemistry CHEG 47W Chem Engineering Lab CHEG 47W Chem Engineering Lab OR CHEM Elective OR CHEM Elective CHEG 440 Capstone Design CHEG 447 Process Dynamics & Control CHEG 44 Unit Ops & Process Simulation Lab CHEG 44 Capstone Design Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) CHEG Requirement CHEG Requirement Professional Requirement Engineering Requirement 6 5 University General Education Requirements: Courses selected for Content Areas & must be in four different also satisfy a Content Area or requirement. The Chemistry minor has the following required courses: Organic I/II/Lab (CHEM 44, 444, 446) and Analytical Chemistry (CHEM ). One course must be selected from the following list: [FALL] Inorganic Chemistry (CHEM 0), Physical Chemistry (CHEM 56) or Instrumental Analysis (CHEM 4) [SPRING] Polymeric Materials (CHEM 66) or Advanced Organic Chemistry (CHEM 44W). 5 credits total are required CHEG Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level chemical engineering course; Engineering Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level engineering course; Professional Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level engineering, science or math courses. A full list can be found at Total 9 credits

4 Chemical Engineering Major - Environmental Engineering Minor CHEM 7Q General Chemistry 4 CHEM 8Q General Chemistry 4 MATH Q Calculus I 4 MATH Q Calculus II 4 ENGR 000 Orientation to Engineering ENGR 66 Foundations of Engineering CSE 00C Intro to Computing Arts & Humanities (Content Area ) ENGL 00 or 0 Academic Writing 4 Social Sciences (Content Area ) 6 7 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics I 4 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics II 4 CHEM 44 Organic Chemistry CHEM 446 Organic Chemistry Lab MATH 0Q Multivariable Calculus 4 CHEM 444 Organic Chemistry CHEG 0 Intro to Chem Engineering MATH 40Q Diff Equations ENVE 0 Fund of Environ l Engr CHEG Thermodynamics I ENVE 0 Intro to Air Pollution & 7 7 CHEG Thermodynamics II CHEG 4 Heat & Mass Transfer CHEG Fluid Mechanics CHEG 5 Process Kinetics CHEG 7 Fluid Mechanics Lab CHEG 8 Heat/Mass/Kinetics Lab CHEG 45 Chemical Engineering Analysis ENVE 0 Water Quality Engr Social Sciences (Content Area ) Diversity & MultiCulture (Content Area 4) MCB / CHEM Requirement 4 4 ENVE 40 Environmental Modeling 7 7 CHEG 47W Chem Engineering Lab CHEG 47W Chem Engineering Lab OR CHEG Requirement OR CHEG Requirement CHEG 440 Capstone Design CHEG Requirement CHEG 44 Unit Ops & Process Simulation Lab CHEG 44 Capstone Design CHEG Requirement Diversity & MultiCulture (Content Area 4) CHEG 447 Process Dynamics & Control PHIL 04 Ethics (Content Area ) 6 University General Education Requirements: Courses selected for Content Areas & must be in four different departments. One course in Content Area 4 must be an international course. One course in Content Area 4 may also satisfy a Content Area or requirement. The Environmental Engineering minor requires 8 credits including ENVE 0, 0, 0 and 40 plus 6 credits from an approved list of 000-level courses (which includes CHEG 5 and 447). You should review the Environmental Engineering minor website for requirement changes and other options. You must get a minor plan of study approved in advance by the Environmental Engineering program director. Due to possible scheduling conflicts later in the curriculum, students are recommended to take their environmental engineering courses early in their curriculum. CHEG Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level chemical engineering course; Engineering Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level engineering course. 4 MCB / CHEM requirement may be satisfied by the following courses: Introduction to Biochemistry (MCB credits), Biochemistry (MCB 00 5 credits) or Fundamentals of Microbiology (MCB 60 4 credits), Physical Chemistry (CHEM 56-4 credits), Analytical Chemistry (CHEM - 4 credits), or Physical Chemistry (CHEM Credits) Total 9 credits 4

5 Chemical Engineering Major Materials Science Minor Curriculum CHEM 7Q General Chemistry 4 CHEM 8Q General Chemistry 4 MATH Q Calculus I 4 MATH Q Calculus II 4 ENGR 000 Orientation to Engineering ENGR 66 Foundations of Engineering CSE 00C Intro to Computing Arts & Humanities (Content Area ) ENGL 00 or 0 Academic Writing 4 Social Sciences (Content Area ) 6 7 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics I 4 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics II 4 CHEM 44 Organic Chemistry CHEM 446 Organic Chemistry Lab MATH 0Q Multivariable Calculus 4 CHEM 444 Organic Chemistry CHEG 0 Intro to Chem Engineering MATH 40Q Diff Equations MSE 0/00 Intro to Mat Sci & Engr CHEG Thermodynamics I MSE 0/00 Intro to Mat Sci & Engr II 7 7 CHEG Thermodynamics II CHEG 4 Heat & Mass Transfer CHEG Fluid Mechanics CHEG 5 Process Kinetics CHEG 7 Fluid Mechanics Lab CHEG 8 Heat/Mass/Kinetics Lab CHEG 45 Chemical Engineering Analysis CHEG 56 CHEG/MSE Req. (Polymers), 4 MCB/Biology/CHEM Requirement 4 4 Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) Free Elective 4 8 CHEG 47W Chem Engineering Lab PHIL 04 Ethics (Content Area ) CHEG 440 Capstone Design CHEG 447 Process Dynamics & Control CHEG 44 Unit Ops & Process Simulation Lab CHEG 44 Capstone Design Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) Social Science (Content Area ) CHEG Requirement MSE Minor Requirement MSE Minor Requirement 6 5 University General Education Requirements: Courses selected for Content Areas & must be in four different also satisfy a Content Area or requirement. The Materials Engineering Minor requires 5 credits including MSE 0, 0 plus 9 credit selected from MSE 000-level or 4000-level courses (BME 700 and CHEG 56 qualifies as MSE 000-level courses). You should review the Materials Engineering minor website for other options and details. You must get a minor plan of study approved in advance by the Materials Engineering program director. CHEG Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level chemical engineering course. 4 MCB/Biology/CHEM requirement may be satisfied by the following courses: Principles of Biology (BIOL 07/08 4 credits), Introduction to Biochemistry (MCB credits), Biochemistry (MCB 00 5 credits) or Fundamentals of Microbiology (MCB 60 4 credits), Physical Chemistry (CHEM 56-4 credits), Analytical Chemistry (CHEM - 4 credits), Physical Chemistry (CHEM credits) or others by petition. Total 0 credits 5

6 Chemical Engineering Major - Math Minor Curriculum CHEM 7Q General Chemistry 4 CHEM 8Q General Chemistry 4 MATH Q Calculus I 4 MATH Q Calculus II 4 ENGR 000 Orientation to Engineering ENGR 66 Foundations of Engineering CSE 00C Intro to Computing Arts & Humanities (Content Area ) ENGL 00 or 0 Academic Writing 4 Social Sciences (Content Area ) 6 7 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics I 4 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics II 4 CHEM 44 Organic Chemistry CHEM 446 Organic Chemistry Lab MATH 0Q Multivariable Calculus 4 CHEM 444 Organic Chemistry CHEG 0 Intro to Chem Engineering MATH 40Q Diff Equations PHIL 04 Ethics (Content Area ) CHEG Thermodynamics I MATH 0Q Applied Linear Algebra 7 7 CHEG Thermodynamics II CHEG 4 Heat & Mass Transfer CHEG Fluid Mechanics CHEG 5 Process Kinetics CHEG 7 Fluid Mechanics Lab CHEG 8 Heat/Mass/Kinetics Lab CHEG 45 Chemical Engineering Analysis Engineering Requirement Social Science (Content Area ) Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) MCB/Biology/CHEM Requirement MATH Elective for Minor CHEG 47W Chem Engineering Lab CHEG 440 Capstone Design CHEG 447 Process Dynamics & Control CHEG 44 Unit Ops & Process Simulation Lab CHEG 44 Capstone Design Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) CHEG Requirement CHEG Requirement MATH Elective for Minor Engineering Requirement 6 5 University General Education Requirements: Courses selected for Content Areas & must be in four different also satisfy a Content Area or requirement. The Math minor requires 6 credits including MATH 40Q, 40 and 0Q; plus six credits that count as professional requirements selected from this list: MATH 70, 0, 60Q, 60, 60, 0, 46, 40, 50, 50, 475. CHEG Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level chemical engineering course; Engineering Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level engineering course. 4 MCB/Biology/CHEM requirement may be satisfied by the following courses: Principles of Biology (BIOL 07/08 4 credits), Introduction to Biochemistry (MCB credits), Biochemistry (MCB 00 5 credits) or Fundamentals of Microbiology (MCB 60 4 credits), Physical Chemistry (CHEM 56-4 credits), Analytical Chemistry (CHEM - 4 credits), Physical Chemistry (CHEM credits) or others by petition. Total 9 credits 6

7 Chemical Engineering Major Molecular and Cell Biology Minor Curriculum CHEM 7Q General Chemistry 4 CHEM 8Q General Chemistry 4 MATH Q Calculus I 4 MATH Q Calculus II 4 ENGR 000 Orientation to Engineering ENGR 66 Foundations of Engineering CSE 00C Intro to Computing Arts & Humanities (Content Area ) ENGL 00 or 0 Academic Writing 4 BIOL 07 Principles of Biology PHYS 50Q Eng Physics I 4 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics II 4 CHEM 44 Organic Chemistry CHEM 444 Organic Chemistry MATH 0Q Multivariable Calculus 4 CHEM 446 Organic Chemistry Lab CHEG 0 Intro to Chem Engineering MATH 40Q Diff Equations MCB 40 Genetics CHEG Thermodynamics I PHIL 04 Ethics (Content Area ) 7 7 CHEG Thermodynamics II CHEG 4 Transfer Operations II CHEG Fluid Mechanics CHEG 5 Process Kinetics CHEG 7 Fluid Mechanics Lab CHEG 8 Heat/Mass/Kinetics Lab CHEG 45 Chemical Engineering Analysis Engineering Requirement MCB 000 Biochemistry with Lab 4 MCB 60 Microbiology with Lab 4 Social Sciences (Content Area ) Diversity & MultiCulture (Content Area 4) 7 8 CHEG 47W Chem Engineering Lab CHEG 47W Chem Engineering Lab OR Social Sciences (Content Area ) OR Social Sciences (Content Area ) CHEG 440 Capstone Design CHEG 447 Process Dynamics & Control CHEG 44 Unit Ops & Process Simulation Lab CHEG 44 Capstone Design MCB Requirement 4 CHEG Requirement CHEG Requirement Engineering Requirement 7 5 University General Education Requirements: Courses selected for Content Areas & must be in four different also satisfy a Content Area or requirement. The MCB minor requires 5 credits of 000 level MCB courses including MCB 000 or 00, 0 or 60 and 40 or 4 or 0 or 67, with a grade of C or better in each course. Students wishing to complete the 5 credits requirement with 4 courses are advised to take MCB 000 and 60 and two classes totaling 7 credits. See also the MCB minor checklist CHEG Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level chemical engineering course; Engineering Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level engineering course. Total 5 credits 7

8 Chemical Engineering Major Pre-Med/Pre-Dental Curriculum CHEM 7Q General Chemistry 4 CHEM 8Q General Chemistry 4 MATH Q Calculus I 4 MATH Q Calculus II 4 ENGR 000 Orientation to Engineering ENGR 66 Foundations of Engineering CSE 00C Intro to Computing BIOL 07 Principles of Biology I with Lab 4 ENGL 00 or 0 Academic Writing 4 English Course W (pre-med) Arts & Humanities (Content Area ) 9 8 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics I with Lab 4 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics II with Lab 4 CHEM 44 Organic Chemistry CHEM 444 Organic Chemistry MATH 0Q Multivariable Calculus 4 CHEM 446 Organic Chemistry Lab CHEG 0 Intro to Chem Engineering MATH 40Q Diff Equations BIOL 08 Principles of Biology II with Lab 4 CHEG Thermodynamics I PHIL 04 Ethics (Content Area ) 8 7 CHEG Thermodynamics II CHEG 4 Transfer Operations II CHEG Fluid Mechanics CHEG 5 Process Kinetics CHEG 7 Fluid Mechanics Lab CHEG 8 Heat/Mass/Kinetics Lab CHEG 45 Chemical Engineering Analysis Engineering Requirement MCB 000 Biochemistry with Lab 4 Pre-med prep (Genetics w/lab, MCB 4) 4 Social Sciences (Content Area ) Diversity & MultiCulture (Content Area 4) 8 8 CHEG 440 Capstone Design CHEG 47W Chem Engineering Lab CHEG 447 Process Dynamics & Control CHEG 44 Capstone Design CHEG 44 Unit Ops & Process Simulation Lab Engineering Requirement CHEG Requirement CHEG Requirement Pre-med prep (Microbio w/lab, MCB 60) 4 Pre-med prep (Anatomy w/lab, PNB 75) 4 Social Sciences (Content Area ) 7 6 University General Education Requirements: Courses selected for Content Areas & must be in four different also satisfy a Content Area or a Content Area requirement. At a minimum, in addition to chemistry and physics courses required by CHEG, medical schools require two semesters of biology and two semesters of English. Dental schools require four semesters of biology. Students interested in medical graduate programs are strongly encouraged to register at to receive the latest guidance from a pre-med advisor. CHEG Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level chemical engineering course; Engineering Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level engineering course. Total 4 credits 8

9 Chemical Engineering Major Engineering Management Minor CHEM 7Q General Chemistry 4 CHEM 8Q General Chemistry 4 MATH Q Calculus I 4 MATH Q Calculus II 4 ENGR 000 Orientation to Engineering ENGR 66 Foundations of Engineering CSE 00C Intro to Computing Arts & Humanities (Content Area ) ENGL 00 or 0 Academic Writing 4 Social Sciences (Content Area ) 6 7 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics I 4 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics II 4 CHEM 44 Organic Chemistry CHEM 446 Organic Chemistry Lab MATH 0Q Multivariable Calculus 4 CHEM 444 Organic Chemistry CHEG 0 Intro to Chem Engineering MATH 40Q Diff Equations MEM Principles of Engr Mgmt CHEG Thermodynamics I STAT 00Q Elem. Conc. of Statistics CHEG Thermodynamics II CHEG 4 Heat & Mass Transfer CHEG Fluid Mechanics CHEG 5 Process Kinetics CHEG 7 Fluid Mechanics Lab CHEG 8 Heat/Mass/Kinetics Lab CHEG 45 Chemical Engineering Analysis MEM Intro to Manufac. Systems BADM/OPIM Elective Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) MCB/Biology/CHEM Requirement 4 4 Social Sciences (Content Area ) 7 7 CHEG 47W Chem Engineering Lab OPIM 80 Principles of Proj. Mgmt. CHEG 440 Capstone Design CHEG 447 Process Dynamics & Control CHEG 44 Unit Ops & Process Simulation Lab CHEG 44 Capstone Design Diversity and Multiculture (Content Area 4) CHEG Requirement CHEG Requirement Professional Requirement MEM Intro to Products/Processing PHIL 04 Ethics 6 8 University General Education Requirements: Courses selected for Content Areas & must be in four different departments. One course in Content Area 4 must be an international course. One CA 4 may also satisfy a CA or requirement. The MEM minor elective courses can be chosen from the following courses: BADM 74, 74, 70*, 750*, 760 (or OPIM 0*), or OPIM 4895 *[BADM 70 has the following prerequisites: ACCT 00, ACCT 0/BADM 70, ECON 00 or ECON 0/0, and STAT 00][BADM 750 has the following prerequisites: ACCT 00, ECON 00 or ECON 0/0, MATH Q and STAT 00Q][OPIM 0 has the following prerequisites: ACCT 00] CHEG Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level chemical engineering course. A full list can be found at 4 MCB/Biology/CHEM requirement may be satisfied by the following courses: Principles of Biology (BIOL 07/08 4 credits), Introduction to Biochemistry (MCB credits), Biochemistry (MCB 00 5 credits) or Fundamentals of Microbiology (MCB 60 4 credits), Physical Chemistry (CHEM 56-4 credits), Analytical Chemistry (CHEM - 4 credits), Physical Chemistry (CHEM credits) or others by petition. Total 6 credits 9

10 Chemical Engineering Major EUROTECH Program CHEM 7Q General Chemistry 4 CHEM 8Q General Chemistry 4 MATH Q Calculus I 4 MATH Q Calculus II 4 ENGR 000 Orientation to Engineering ENGR 66 Foundations of Engineering CSE 00C Intro to Computing ENGL 00/0 Academic Writing 4 Social Sciences (CA ) GERM Elementary German II 4 GERM Elementary German I PHYS 50Q Eng Physics I 4 PHYS 50Q Eng Physics II 4 CHEM 44 Organic Chemistry CHEM 446 Organic Chemistry Lab MATH 0Q Multivariable Calculus 4 CHEM 444 Organic Chemistry CHEG 0 Intro to Chem Engineering MATH 40Q Diff Equations GERM Intermediate German I CHEG Thermodynamics I GERM 0 Germ. Rec. in App. Math GERM 4 Intermediate German II 4 GERM Intro. to Sci. in German 8 9 CHEG Thermodynamics II CHEG 4 Heat & Mass Transfer CHEG Fluid Mechanics CHEG 5 Process Kinetics CHEG 7 Fluid Mechanics Lab CHEG 8 Heat/Mass/Kinetics Lab CHEG 45 Chemical Engineering Analysis Engineering Requirement GERM Building Lang. Skills Thru Culture I GERM 4 Building Lang. Skills Thru Culture II GERM Fields of Technology GERM 5 or 58 (CA 4, CA E) MCB/Biology/CHEM Requirement PRE- GERM 9 Transfer Credits to be used at UCONN ENGR 8 Eurotech Internship Abroad 0 ENGR 8 Eurotech Internship Abroad 0 GERM 9 German Language Practicum 6 GERM 9 Transfer Credits to be used at UCONN 6 CHEG 47W Chem Engineering Lab GERM 446 Capstone in German Studies CHEG 440 Capstone Design CHEG 447 Process Dynamics & Control CHEG 44 Unit Ops & Process Simulation Lab CHEG 44 Capstone Design GERM 55W Studies in 0 th Cent. Lit. (CA B) CHEG Requirement CHEG Requirement Professional Requirement Engineering Requirement PHIL 04 Ethics (CA D) 6 8 Total 68 credits Students typically take 8-4 credits while studying abroad in Germany. Of these, students should plan to take courses that will fulfill the following degree requirements: One CA (Social Sciences) Course, one CA 4 (Diversity and Multiculturalism), one CA A (Arts) elective, one CA C (History) elective. Note that CA courses cannot be PHIL or GERM, as there is a requirement that CA courses come from 4 different academic units. CA courses must also come from different academic units. It is also strongly recommended that students take GERM 6W German Film and Culture in the Spring Semester when available. CHEG Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level chemical engineering course. Engineering Requirements are satisfied by any 000 level course in the School of Engineering. Professional Requirements are any 000 level science, engineering, or mathematics course. A full list can be found at MCB/Biology/CHEM requirement may be satisfied by the following courses: Principles of Biology (BIOL 07/08 4 credits), Introduction to Biochemistry (MCB credits), Biochemistry (MCB 00 5 credits) or Fundamentals of Microbiology (MCB 60 4 credits), Physical Chemistry (CHEM 56-4 credits), Analytical Chemistry (CHEM - 4 credits), Physical Chemistry (CHEM credits) or others by petition. 0

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