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University of California, Los Angeles
Chemical Engineering B.S.

Effective Fall 2017, Applicants must have a cumulative 3.4 GPA. Effective Fall 2017. The Department of Chemical Engineering conducts undergraduate and graduate programs of teaching and research that span the general themes of energy/environment and nanoengineering and focus on the areas of cellular/molecular bioengineering, process systems engineering, and semiconductor manufacturing. Aside from the fundamentals of chemical engineering (applied mathematics, thermodynamics, transport phenomena, kinetics, reactor engineering and separations), particular emphasis is on genomics and proteomics, biochips, metabolic engineering, molecular evolution, bio-nano-technology, air pollution, combustion, multimedia modeling, pollution prevention, aerosol processes, cryogenics, combinatorial catalysis, molecular simulation, process control/optimization/integration, semiconductor processing, chemical vapor deposition, plasma processing and simulation, electrochemistry corrosion, and polymer engineering.

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  IGETC recommended for this major? Yes
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