Students must take care to meet the necessary requirements to advance through our academic program. Review the following documents and please contact us if you are left with any questions regarding our academic program. Various forms and applications used by undergraduates and prospective undergraduates may be found here.
Licensing Exam Resources
Undergraduate students are required to pass the fundamentals of engineering exam (FE exam) in order to graduate. Detailed information on this exam and resources for preparation may be found at the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.
FE Exam Review
- Design – 9/22/2006 Dr. Terry Ring
- Reaction Engineering Part 1/2 – 9/29/2006 Dr. Millind Deo
- Reaction Engineering Part 2/2 – 9/29/2006
- Mass and Separation – 10/13/2006 Prof. Keith Roper
- Thermodynamics – 10/20/2006 Dr. JoAnn Lighty
- Control – 10/27/2006 Dr. Mikhail Skliar
If you need to schedule an appointment with an undergraduate advisor, click here: Book an Appointment
Undergraduate Advising & Inquiries
The Department of Chemical Engineering believes that communication between our students and staff is an important part of your academic success. We have two advisors, Tracey Farnsworth and Professor Geoff Silcox, who assist undergraduate students with department and university graduation requirements, as well as class selection. They can also provide information on scholarships and other opportunities. They may both be reached through email@example.com. Students are required to meet with an advisor a few different times during their undergraduate career.
- All new freshman and transfer students must meet with an advisor before registering for classes. Most of these meetings take place during orientation.
- Mandatory 1st Year and 2nd Year Advising appointments are required.
- Students applying for graduation must meet with an advisor.
Forms needed for these required meetings may be found online, here. Many of your questions about our undergraduate program may be answered by the information found here, and scholarship information may be found here.