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Chemical Engineering Degree

Bachelor of Science (BS) in Chemical Engineering

Chemical engineers use all tools of other engineering disciplines plus applied chemistry. This makes the chemical engineering field one of the most diverse, if not the most diverse, engineering discipline of all. Chemical engineers use chemicals, materials, and energy to design systems, processes, and products that benefit humankind. 

Students in The University of Texas Permian Basin Chemical Engineering program will work in diverse, multi-disciplinary teams and develop leadership skills, ethical standards, environmental concerns and social awareness. Upon completion of the program, students will have the opportunity to obtain licensure as a professional engineer.

Careers for Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering

A degree in Chemical Engineering will set you on the path for many career opportunities, including:

  • Manufacturing
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Healthcare
  • Construction
  • Food processing
  • Biotechnology
  • Environmental Health and Safety

Degree Requirements

  • Students must complete 126 semester credit hours to earn a BS in chemical engineering.
  • A minor is not required for a BS in chemical engineering.
  • Students must complete 19 semester credit hours of lower division engineering pre-requisites before moving on to upper level courses.

BS in Chemical Engineering Requirements

  • Students are required to complete 65 semester credit hours of upper-level courses.
  • Since all students seeking a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering are required to take a cross-section of courses from a variety of engineering disciplines, the College does not award double majors.
  • Students must choose two of the following electives:
    • CENG 4326
    • CENG 4375
    • NENG 4311 

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