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Let’s START!
• We warmly welcome you to the OSU School of
Chemical, Biological and Environmental
Engineering! For simplicity, it is called the School of
CBEE.
• In these fields of study, you will learn how to apply
chemistry, math and economics to the process of
converting raw materials or chemicals into more
useful and valuable forms.
• We will help you learn how to apply science &
engineering to improve the quality of our water, air
and land.
CHE/BIOE/ENVE Curriculum
•
Students generally earn their B.S. degree in 4 or 5 years. There are
many reasons that the program may take longer than 4 years. For
example, the CHE/BIOE/ENVE programs require 192 credits, and
other programs on campus require only 180 credits. Some students
may start out in the Academic English program, which adds a few
terms to the completion of the degree. Students might study abroad
or do an internship, which may extend the degree completion date.
•
Baccalaureate Core courses (highlighted in yellow in following slides)
are required for each program at OSU, in addition to courses in major.
•
Courses highlighted in gray are required for admission to
professional school (300/400 level courses in the major). The
programs in CBEE are “capacity restricted” and the minimum
required combined GPA for these courses was 2.9 in 2012.
•
AP and IB credits are accepted as detailed on the OSU admissions
website.
•
All three programs are accredited by the Accreditation Board for
Engineering and Technology (ABET).
Chemical Engineering (192 Credits)
First Year = 47 credits
Cr.
Second Year = 50 credits
Fall
Winter
Spring
Fall
Winter
Chemistry
CH 231
(4F)
Chemistry
CH 232
(4W)
Chemistry
CH 233
(4S)
O Chem
CH 331
(4F)
O Chem
CH 332
(4W)
CH Lab 261 (1)
CH Lab 262 (1)
CH Lab 263 (1)
Spring
Third Year = 47 credits
Fall
Winter
Fourth Year = 48 credits
Spring
Fall
Winter
Spring
1
2
3
Tec Rpts
WR 327
(3FWS)
P Chem
P Chem
P Chem
CH 440
(3F) CH 441
(3W) 442
CH CHE Lab CBEE CHE Lab
CHE CHE Lab CBEE
(3S)
414
(3F)
415
(3W)
416
(3S)
4
5
6
7
8
Diff
MTH 251
(4FWS)
EE Fund ENGR ENGR
201 (3FWS)
1
Mtrx & Pwr
MTH 306
(4FWS)
Integral
MTH 252
(4FWS)
COMM 111/114
(3FWS)
9
11
Orient
CBEE 101
(3F)
Prob Solv CBEE
102 (3W)
12
Physics
PH 211
(4SF)
Physics
PH 212
(4FW)
Physics
PH 213
(4WS)
Transport II
Transport 1
Heat
Fluids
CHE
331
(4F) CHE 332
(3W)
Thermo I
CHE 311
(3F)
15
Life Fit
HHS 231
(2FWS)
16
HHS 24* (1)
BioSLabc
(4)
Mat Bal CBEE
211 (3F)
Design
CHE 431
(3W)
Energy Bal
CBEE 212
(3W)
Process Data
Anal
CBEE 213
(4S)
Engr Ethics
CHE 320d
(3F)
Persp 5
(3)
Design
432
ENGR
Topics 2
(3)
Synth 2
Adv Chem 2
(3)
ENGR
Topics 3
(3)
Persp 2
(3)
Adv Chem 1
(3)
Synth 1
(3)
Free
Electives
(4)
Persp 4
(3)
Persp 1
(3)
17
CHE
(3S)
Unit Ops
CHE 411
(4F)
Thermo II
CHE 312
(3W)
Persp 3
(3)
Eng Comp WR
121 (3FWS)
CHE
(4F)
Transport III Mass
CHE 333
(3S)
Transport Lab CHE
334
(2S)
Statics ENGR
211 (3FWS)
13
14
Rxn Engr
443
Diff Eqs
MTH 256
(4FWS)
Vector Calc MTH
254 (4FWS)
10
Proc Dyn
Topics
Proc Ctrl CHE
(3)
CHE 361
(3W)
461
(3S)
18
Notes:
Technical Electives
a.
Only Persp, Syn, HHP 231, and FREE can be taken on S/U grading (# of S/U credits are limited to 3X # of terms at OSU, up to 36 max).
b.
"Shaded" courses = required for admission to professional program and contribute to "core" GPA used for
admission (also 80 credits minimum completed).
c.
Must satisfy the OSU-BACC "Biological Science (with lab)" requirement - see list of acceptable courses in
current Schedule of Classes.
d.
CHE 320 satisfies the department Ethics Requirement.
Univ & College Core
(3)
Bioengineering (192 Credits)
First Year (48 credits)
Second Year (49 credits)
Fall
Winter
Spring
*Differential
calculus
MTH 251
(4)
*Integral
calculus
MTH 252
(4)
*Vector calculus
MTH 254
(4)
*General
chemistry
CH 231 (4)
CH Lab 261 (1)
General
chemistry
CH 232 (4)
CH Lab 262 (1)
BIOE orientation
CBEE 101
(3)
Perspectives
(3)
Fall
Third Year (48 credits)
Fourth Year (47 credits)
Winter
Spring
Fall
Winter
Spring
Fall
Winter
Spring
Lifetime fitness
HHS 231/24X
(3)
*Applied diff
equations
MTH 256
(4)
*Matrix & power
series methods
MTH 306
(4)
General
biochemistry
BB 450
(4)
General
biochemistry
BB 451
(3)
Biomedical Engr
Principles
BIOE 340
(3)
Biochemistry lab
BB 494
(3)
Biochemistry lab
BB 493
(3)
Synthesis
General
chemistry
CH 233 (4)
CH Lab 263(1)
Organic
chemistry
CH 331
(4)
Organic
chemistry
CH 332
(4)
*Statics
ENGR 211
(3)
Transport I CHE
331
(4)
Transport II
CHE 332
(3)
Transport III
CHE 333
(3)
Bioreactors
BIOE 457
(3)
Engineering
selection2
(3)
*Engr problem
solving
CBEE 102
(3)
*General
physics
PH 211
(4)
*General
physics
PH 212
(4)
*General
physics
PH 213
(4)
*Electrical eng
fundamentals
ENGR 201
(3)
Thermodynamic
s
CHE 311
(3)
Social ethics in
engineering
BIOE 420 (3)
*English
composition
WR 121
(3)
*Speech
communications
COMM 111/114
(3)
*Material
balances
CBEE 211
(3)
*Energy
balances
CBEE 212
(3)
Process
analysis
CBEE 213
(4)
Professionalism
& engr ethics
CBEE 320
(3)
Bioengineering
product design
BIOE 390
(4)
(3)
BIOE
selection3
(3)
Transport Lab
Perspectives
(3)
Reg of drugs &
med devices
BIOE 470
(2)
Perspectives
CHE 334
(2)
Process Engr
Laboratory
CBEE 414^
(3)
Bioengineering
laboratory
BIOE 415
(3)
Bioengineering
process design
BIOE 490
(4)
Engineering
selection2
Bioseparations
Perspectives
(3)
(3)
BIOE
selection3
(3)
15
15
16
Anatomy &
Physiology
Z 331
(3)
Biology
selection1
(2 or 4)
17
17
Anatomy &
Physiology
Z 333
(3)
Engineering
selection2
(3)
17
17
Technical
writing
WR 327
(3)
16
DPD4
(3)
(BIOE 459)
BIOE 462
(3)
Synthesis
14
16
(3)
(3)
17
15
Environmental Engineering (192 Credits)
Cr.
First Year = 47 credits
Second Year = 49 credits
Fall
Winter
Spring
Fall
Chemistry *CH
231
(4F)
Chemistry **CH
232
(4W)
Chemistry
CH 233
(4S)
Organic
Chemistry
CH 331
(4F)
CH Lab 261 (1)
CH Lab 262(1)
CH Lab 263 (1)
Winter
Third Year = 49 credits
Spring
Fall
Winter
Spring
Transport II ChE
332
(3W)
Tech Writing
WR 327
(3FWS)
Engr Ethics
CBEE 320
(3W)
Transport III
CHE 333
(3S)
Fourth Year = 47 credits
Fall
Winter
W & WW I
ENVE 421
(4F)
W & WW II
ENVE 422
(4W)
Spring
1
2
3
GEO 221
Organic
Chemistry
CH
332
(4W)
(3S) Transport I (Fluids)
CHE 331
(4F)
Sust Water
Resources
ENVE
456
(3S)
4
5
6
7
Dynamics *ENGR
212 (3FWS)
Matrix Power
Series
*MTH 306 (4FWS)
Diff Calc *MTH
251 (4FWS)
8
Integral
Calculus *MTH
252 (4FWS)
Thermo Prop.
CHE 311
(3 FWS)
Diff Eqs
*MTH 256
(4FWS)
Vector
Calculus *MTH
254 (4FWS)
Strength of
Materials ENGR
213 (3FWS)
9
Persp #2 (3FWS)
Bioreactors I BIOE
Fate & Transport
457
(3F)
ENVE 431
(4W)
Hydraulic CE
313
(4W)
or
Geotechnical
CE 372
(4W)
10
11
Orientation CBEE Engr Comp CBEE
101 (3F)
102
(3W)
Physics
PH 212
(4FW)
Process
Analysis CBEE
213 (4S)
Graphics & Design
CCE 201
(3F)
12
Transport Lab CHE
334
(2S)
Synthesis #1
(3FWS)
Enve Lab
ENVE 414^ (3F)
Enve Lab
ENVE 415 (3W)
General
Microbiology
MB 230
(4FWS)
Physics
PH 213
(4WS)
Physics
*PH 211 (4FS)
Air Poll Control
ENVE 425
(3S)
Synthesis #2
(3FWS)
Persp #5
(3FWS)
Intro EnvE
ENVE 322 (4W)
13
14
Eng Comp *WR
121 (3FWS)
*COMM 111/114 Life Fitness HHS
(3FWS)
231
Material
Balances
CBEE 211 (3F)
Persp #1
(3FWS)
15
16
17
HHS 241-251 or
PAC (1)
Hydrology
CE
412
(4WS)
Persp#3
(3FWS)
Persp #4 (3FWS)
Statics
*ENGR 211
(3FWS)
18
^ WIC
Engineering
Elective
(4FWS)
Energy
Balances CBEE
212 (3W)
F,W,S = Multiple terms in which same course is offered
course required for entrance to professional school (and used for pre-GPA calculation)
Engineering
Elective
(3FWS)
Capstone
Design
ENVE 490
(3S)
STUDENT CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES
CBEE CLUB
SOLAR CAR
OSU EWB-ers Build Meaningful
Partnerships
Sustainable Energy
Initiative (SEI)
AMBASSADORS
STUDY ABROAD
CBEE Students have recently studied at:
•Danish Technical University
•University of Nottingham
•Tecnologico de Monterrey
•Yonsei University
•University of Queensland (Australia)
•University de Cantabria
•University of Auckland
•Dun Laoghaire Institute (Dublin)
•Your choice!
CBEE SCHOLARSHIPS
MANY SCHOLARSHIPS FOR STUDENTS
• ARCO Scholarship
•Skye Balkwill Memorial
•Belknap Scholarship
•Frank & Cynthia Biasca Endowment
•Chevron Scholarship
•Dorsey & Aurelia Edwards Endowment
•Georgia Pacific Scholarship
•Richard E. Hatchard Endowment
•James & Billie Jean Hickman Endowment
•Mark Holcom Memorial
•David Jackson Memorial
•Pete & Rosalie Johnson Scholarships
•Milan Knezevich
•Shirley Kuse Fellowship
•Victor W. Laine Memorial
•Ralph McCugh Scholarship
•Susan Stutz-McDonald Fellowship
•James & Vivian McEwen Scholarship
•Robert V. Mrazek Memorial
•Erik Muehlenkamp Memorial
•Gayle Nichols Memorial
•Herbert Nierman Memorial
•PBS Scholarship
•Don C. Phillips Memorial
•PIMA Scholarship
•Proctor Chevron Scholarship
$93,000 in 2012
•J & T Ringe Scholarship
•Charles Rohrmann Memorial
•Colonel & Mrs. Scott
Memorial
•Alan Selker Memorial
•Kevin Shannon Memorial
•Gerald Sing Scholarship
•Kenneth Spies Memorial
•Roy Strandberg Memorial
•Perry Swanson Fellowship
•C.E. Wicks Scholarship
CHE/BIOE/ENVE Undergraduate Internships
and Research
•Multiple Engineering Cooperative Program (MECOP), two 6month internships in industry (CHE & ENVE)
•Summer Internships (on campus and off-site)
•Johnson summer internship
•Senior Lab and Design Classes
Chemical Engineering
Is…
 A branch of engineering that focuses
on chemical processes
 A broad profession that allows
people to do many different things
throughout their careers
 A path to opportunities to help
society by:
 Developing new
products and
technologies
 Supplying society
with thousands of
chemical for
economic wellbeing
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: CHE
The chemical engineering curriculum provides students with a background of fundamental
knowledge that prepares them for positions in research and development, design, technical
service, plant operation, technical sales, and management.
A few of the employers of OSU
CHE Alumni are:
Battelle
Bechtel
Boeing
Bend Research
Boise Cascade
Chevron USA
CH2M Hill
Dow Chemical
Exxon
Fort James Corp.
Frito-Lay
Gallo Winery
Georgia Pacific –
Toledo
Hercules Chemicals
Hewlett Packard
Longview Fibre
Louisiana Pacific Co.
LSI Logic
3M Company
Merck
Mitsubishi Silicon
NYPRO OREGON
ON Semiconductor
Cascade Pacific
Proctor and Gamble
Pyrotek
Siltronic
Teledyne Wah-Chang
Tektronix
Union Oil
US Bureau of Mines
Verdezyne
Wafer-Tech
Weyerhaeuser
Bioengineering
Is…
 A branch of engineering that focuses on the
application of biological and chemical processes
 A broad profession that allows people to work in
the medical, pharmaceutical and bio-production
fields.
 A path to opportunities to help society by:
Developing new medical products and technologies
Advancing the biological production of new products
and materials
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: BIOE
The biological engineering undergraduate program provides a solid background in biology (anatomy
and physiology, biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology), chemistry, physics and math, in
addition to the engineering sciences.
A few of the employers of OSU
BIOE Alumni are:
Acumed
Acrymed
Amgen
Anheuser Busch
Bayer
Beaver Biodiesel
Bend Research
Berlex Laboratories
Biotronik
Boston Scientific
Dimera
Electrical Geodesics Inc.
Entek
Gallo Winery
Genentech
Hemcon
Hewlett Packard
OHSU
Oregon Freeze Dry
Oregon Medical Laser Center
Sarepta (AVI BioPharma)
Siga
SolarWorld
Environmental Engineering
Is...
A branch of engineering that focuses on
physical, chemical, and biological
processes to limit environmental impacts
 A multidisciplinary profession that allows
people to deal with a wide range of
environmental problems
 A path to opportunities to help society
by:
 Developing new sustainable
practices
 Reduce impacts to air, water,
and soil
 Promoting reuse, recycling,
reduction
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: ENVE
The environmental engineering program provides undergraduate students with the
background necessary to study air, water, and subsurface environmental problems.
Coursework includes analysis and design of water and wastewater treatment systems,
sustainable water resources, and air pollution control technologies.
A few of the employers of
OSU ENVE Alumni are:
CH2M Hill
Weber Elliott Engineering
CH2M Hill Hanford Group
W & H Pacific
City of Troutdale
WRG Design
ET Technologies Inc.
Geo Trans Inc.
JE Dunn NW
Professional
Services Industries (PSI)
SCS Engineers
Shaw Environmental, Inc.
US Department of the Navy
US Forest Service
US Public Health Service
Wallis Engineering
CHE/BIOE/ENVE: IMPORTANT WEBSITES-1
Student On-line Services-Registration, Student Records
Register for classes, Use MyDegrees, View and Order Transcripts
http://oregonstate.edu/main/online-services
Catalogs & Schedules
course catalog-major and baccalaureate core courses listed by section
http://catalog.oregonstate.edu
CBEE Advising Page
Advisors (Who is my advisor? 1st year students-Dr. Skip, Transfer students-Kristin Rorrer)
Make Advising Appointments On-line:
http://cbee.oregonstate.edu/undergraduate-advising
Kristin Rorrer
Head Advisor, School of CBEE
[email protected]
Blackboard
Class lecture notes, syllabus, calendar, other information from instructor
https://my.oregonstate.edu
CHE/BIOE/ENVE: IMPORTANT WEBSITES-2
Registration dates and deadlines (add/drop/withdrawal)
Deadline to drop a class: 11:55 p.m. Friday of 2nd week
Deadline to withdraw from a class or change to S/U grading: Friday of 7th week
Full time student status is 12 credits!
See all important dates at this site:
http://oregonstate.edu/services/registration/academic-calendar.htm
ONID student e-mail account and file storage
http://onid.oregonstate.edu/
Engineering TEACH login (create engineering account, receive newsletter, computing service)
http://engineering.oregonstate.edu/my-coe
Admissions-transfer credits
http://oregonstate.edu/admissions/transfer-credit
Degree Partnership Program (application)
http://oregonstate.edu/partnerships/application-deadlines
Kristin Rorrer
Head Advisor, School of CBEE
[email protected]

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