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Degree Requirements

Chemical Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

 

This program is a two-year curriculum leading to the Associate’s of Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Chemical Engineering Technology (CHET) and prepares the graduate to enter the workforce as a chemical technician or process operator. Typical employers will be chemical industries, energy utilities, and manufacturing industries. Successful completion of this program does not guarantee employment with any specific industry or company. Therefore, to be competitive for scholarships and to be competitive in the job market, the student should complete all classes with at least a grade of “C” or better. The student must complete prerequisite courses (CHEM 1040/1041 , MATH 1530 , ENGL 1100, MATH 1730) and complete the CHET program application process to be admitted into CHET courses.

 Credit Hours

General Education

University-Wide Freshman Seminar Requirement

22

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Specific General Education Requirements: 22 Credit Hours


  • CHEM 1010/1011 - Chemistry: Society and the Environment (and lab) 4
  • COMM 1010 - Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3
  • ENGL 1010 - English Composition 3
  • MATH 1530 - Elements of Statistics 3
  • MATH 1730 - Pre-Calculus 4
  • PHYS 2010/2011 - College Physics (and lab) 5

Lower Division Major Requirements: 40 Credit Hours


  • CHEM 1040/1041 - Industrial Chemistry (and lab) 4
  • CHET 1310 - Introduction to Process Industries 2
  • CHET 1320 - Introduction to Process Operations 2
  • CHET 2010/2011 - Process Instrumentation (and lab) 4
  • CHET 2020 - Process Troubleshooting 3
  • CHET 2030 - Process Operations Management 3
  • CHET 2100 - Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering 3
  • CHET 2131 - Mechanical Systems Lab 1
  • CHET 2140 - Quality Control 3
  • CHET 2150 - Selected Topics in Chemical Industry 3
  • CHET 2161 - Advanced Instrumentation Lab 1
  • OR CHET 2190 - Chemical Industry Internship 1
  • CSCI 1005 - Computer Hardware, Software, and Programming Concepts 3
  • ENGL 1100 - Technical and Report Writing 3
  • ENGT 1020 - Computer Aided Drafting and Design 3
  • HIST 2040 - History and Environment Impact of Technology 3
  • OR HIST 2010 - American History I 3
  • OR HIST 2020 - American History II 3