Program Learning Outcomes
Graduates of the Chemical Engineering Program will:
• Have demonstrated knowledge of the mathematical, science, and engineering principles fundamental to the practice of chemical engineering.
• Be able to design and conduct experiments and analyze and interpret data related to chemical engineering.
• Demonstrate the ability to accomplish design problems to meet desired needs. Demonstrate an ability to function successfully in a team environment accommodating the contributions of team members having a variety of skills and perspectives.
• Have an ability to identify, formulate, and solve chemical engineering problems using a variety of techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools.
• Have been encouraged to develop high personal standards for integrity and ethical responsibility.
• Have demonstrated proficiency in written, graphical, and oral communications.
• Indicate a motivation to continue developing knowledge and skills after graduation. Have a broad enough education to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context and relative to contemporary issues.
• Have an ability to apply modern computational tools to the solution of chemical engineering problems.
• Have developed an appreciation for the practical applications of theory, enhancing their immediate value to traditional chemical and petroleum industry.