Choose your sample curriculum plan:
- Sample BSChE Curriculum (admission: spring 16 or earlier)
- Sample BSChE Curriculum (admission: fall 16 or later)
- Sample BSChE Curriculum (pre-health emphasis)
More information about:
- Course Syllabi
- Unit Ops Lab
- Combined BS/MS program
- Technical Electives
- Chemical Engineering Technical Electives
Suggested minors for undergraduate ChE students:
Biomechanics, Business Administration, Food Science, Materials Science and Engineering, Mathematics, Packaging Science, Physics, Nuclear and Radiological Engineering, Sales Engineering
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Mrs. Cynthia Sain
Cynthia has served as the Undergraduate Academic Advisor for the Chemical Engineering Department since 2003. She received an MS in Leadership Development from the University of Florida. She has been named the “Advisor of the Year” for the College of Engineering and received professional, departmental, and university awards for her accomplishments. Cynthia is the founding Director of ChemE Day, a department networking event that has connected over 1700 students directly with industrial mentors. She is the founding advisor of the Chemical Engineering Peer Advisor Group, this group provides unique student to student insight on academic and professional issues.
Cynthia served as the chair for the Engineering Advisory Council Professional Development Committee (2009 – 2011). Under her leadership the committee created the first College of Engineering Undergraduate Advisor Certification Program. This program was later used as a launching-point for the University of Florida advisor certification program. She serves the university level Leadership Knowledge Community. She has scheduled more than 50 industrial and academic speakers for the Undergraduate Seminar Series. Cynthia co-developed the Chemical Engineering Undergraduate Research Program that sponsors students’ research presentations at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers National Conference each fall.
Choose your program to view a detailed PDF of degree requirements:
- Master of Science – 2019, 2018
- Master of Science (non-thesis) – 2019, 2018
- Master of Engineering – 2019, 2018
- PhD – 2019, 2018
Additional information and requirements for earning your graduate degree are available at the UF Graduate School website.
Other information for graduate students:
For specific questions regarding degree requirements:
Shirley Kelly, Graduate Academic Advisor
For general questions about the Chemical Engineering Graduate Program:
Kirk J. Ziegler, Associate Chair for Graduate Studies
Helena Hagelin-Weaver, Graduate Recruitment Coordinator
Yiider Tseng, Masters Student Coordinator
Deborah Sandoval, Program Assistant