Prof. Daniel E. Rosner
Chemical Engineering
Director of Undergraduate Studies
9 Hillhouse Avenue
Mason Laboratory 319
(203) 432-4391
daniel.rosner [at] yale.edu
 

 

Example of Course Sequence for B.S. in Chemical Engineering

Year;
Semester

Course
(Department, Number, Title)

Freshman;
Fall
MATH 112, Calculus I
CHEM 114, General Chemistry I
CHEM 116L, Gen. Chemistry Lab
Humanities/Social Science Electives

Freshman;
Spring

MATH 115, Calculus II
CHEM 115, General Chemistry II
CHEM 116L, Gen. Chemistry Lab
ENAS 130, Introduction to Computing
Humanities/Social Science Elective

Sophomore;
Fall

MATH 120 or ENAS 151, Multivariable Calculus
CHEM 220, Organic Chemistry I
PHYS 180, Advanced General Physics l
CENG 210, Princ. of Chemical Engineering
Humanities/Social Science Elective

Sophomore;
Spring

ENAS 194, Differential Equations
CHEM 221, Organic Chemistry II
PHYS 181, Advanced General Physics II
Humanities/Social Science Electives

Junior;
Fall

CHEM 332, Physical Chemistry I
CHEM 330, Physical Chemistry Lab
CENG 300, Thermodynamics
MENG 361, Fluid Mechanics
Humanities/Social Science Elective

Junior;
Spring

CHEM 333, Physical Chemistry II
CENG 301, Kinetics and Reactors
CENG 315, Transport
Humanities/Social Science Electives

Senior;
Fall

Engineering Elective
CENG 411, Separation Processes
CENG 480, Process Control
Engineering Elective
Humanities/Social Science Elective

Senior;
Spring

Engineering Elective
CENG 412, Chemical Engineering Lab
CENG 416, Process Design
Humanities/Social Science Electives