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    • Cornell University School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Masters of Engineering Program Course Curriculum August 2009
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 2 Curriculum Guidelines and Options Purpose of the Program The goal of the Masters of Engineering (M. Eng.) Program is to enhance the start of graduates’ careers in engineering practice. Students are encouraged to design a course of study that best suits their professional interests, career goals, and their individual reasons for undertaking the M. Eng. degree. All courses of study require curriculum approval by the Program Director. Chemical Engineering Course Requirements Students must take 12 credit hours of chemical engineering courses (not including credit earned for the M.Eng. project). At least one course must be from the Chemical Engineering Fundamentals category. The remaining courses are chosen from the Chemical Engineering Applications category. Up to 2 credits can be taken with the S/U grade option. Chemical Engineering Fundamentals Chemical Engineering Applications (Fall courses only) (Partial list) CHEME 7110 Advanced Thermodynamics CHEME 4700 Process Control Strategies CHEME 7310 Advanced Fluids CHEME 4800 Electronic Materials Processing CHEME 7510 Mathematical Methods CHEME 4810 Biomedical Engineering CHEME 6660 Analysis of Sustainable CHEME 4840 Microchemical and Microfluidic Systems Systems CHEME 520x Chemical Engineering Applications Modules (1 credit each) 5200 Chemical, Polymer, Biomedical and Electronic Materials Processing 5201 Introduction to Biomedical Engineering 5204 Turbomachinery Applications 5205 Chemical Engineering Tools and Equipment 5207 Introduction to Petroleum Refining CHEME 5430 Biomolecular Engineering of Bioprocesses CHEME 5440 Systems Biology in Biotechnology and Medicine CHEME 5640 Design of Chemical Reactors CHEME 5720 Managing New Business Development CHEME 6240 Physics of Micro & Nanoscale Fluid Mechanics CHEME 6310 Engineering Principles for Drug Delivery CHEME 6400 Polymeric Materials CHEME 6440 Aerosols and Colloids CHEME 6610 Air Pollution Control CHEME 6640 Energy Economics CHEME 6650 Energy Engineering Students can check for additional chemical engineering applications electives in the Courses of Study, which is available at the Engineering Registrar’s office.
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 3 Curriculum Guidelines and Options M.Eng. Project Requirement Students must complete either an individual or group M. Eng. project that demonstrates knowledge acquired in the M. Eng. Program. Students can earn from three to six credit hours for their work on the project. The project can take place during one semester or span the entire academic year. Students receive credit for the project by enrolling in CHEME 5650 for the appropriate number of credit hours during the semester(s) they work on the project. The timing and the number of credits for the project work should be decided in consultation with the project sponsor. A note about registration for CHEME 5650. Students who decide to work on the project over two semesters should register for the total number of credits they expect to receive for the project in the first semester, usually the fall semester. At the end of the first semester, the transcript will show an “R” as the grade for CHEME 5650, which indicates that the course continues into the second semester. At the end of the second semester, a grade for the project will be recorded, and the total number of credits for the project will be awarded. (For example, a student who will work on a 6-credit project over two semesters should register for CHEME 5650 for 6 credits in the first semester. A grade of R will appear at the end of the first semester. Then, the student should register for CHEME 5650 for 6 credits in the second semester. A grade for the project will be given at the end of the second semester, and the 6 credits for the project will be awarded.) In some cases, up to nine credits can be earned for the M.Eng. project. For example, students specializing in Medical and Industrial Biotechnology will complete an 8-credit project, as indicated in the sample curriculum on page 8. Other students interested in earning more than 6 credits for their project should carefully examine the course requirements described below to make sure their course plan can accommodate a project for more than 6 credits without exceeding the College of Engineering’s 20-credit maximum in each semester. Students and their project advisor must agree on the number of credits allocated for the project. If the project credits exceed 6, students must file a one-page description of their proposed project early in the fall semester (including how credits will be allocated in fall and spring semesters) and have it approved by their project supervisor and the M.Eng. director before they start work on the project. Knowledge Area Requirements Most M. Eng. students are required to have knowledge of business practices and pollution control. Students can satisfy the business practices knowledge requirement by taking CHEME 5720 (Managing New Business Development) or one of the alternative courses listed below. Students can satisfy the pollution control knowledge requirement by taking CHEME 6610 (Air Pollution Control) or one of the alternative courses listed below. The courses listed here are just examples; students may choose other courses to satisfy these requirements, but they should be approved in advance by the M.Eng. director . These are knowledge requirements – not course requirements. Therefore, students who already have taken an appropriate course or have industrial experience in business practices or pollution control do not have to take an additional course to satisfy the knowledge requirement in that area. These students should confirm with the M.Eng. director that their prior coursework or experience satisfies the knowledge requirement. Business Practices ORIE 4150 Economic Analysis of Engineering Systems (spring) (ORIE 350 is a prerequisite) NBA 5640 Entrepreneurship, Private Equity and Business Plan Development (fall and spring)
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 4 Curriculum Guidelines and Options Pollution Control CEE 3510 Environmental Quality Engineering (spring) CEE 6550 Transport, Mixing, and Transformation in the Environment (fall) BEE 4750 Environmental Systems Analysis (fall) Areas of Specialization Students may wish to specialize in one of the many areas of strength at Cornell. To help students who wish to specialize, we have organized areas of specialization in energy engineering, medical and industrial biotechnology, polymer processing, materials science, microfabrication, and food science. The specializations consist of core courses and a series of electives. Using electives judiciously, students can specialize in one of these areas while meeting all of the chemical engineering requirements for the M. Eng. degree. The following pages contain suggested curricula and electives for the areas of specialization listed above. These curricula are examples that serve as starting points for students thinking of specializing. Minors Some areas of specialization are organized formally into M. Eng. minors. Students earning an M. Eng. in chemical engineering are eligible to participate in the following minors: bioengineering, systems engineering, manufacturing engineering and engineering management. Each minor has specific course requirements that must be fulfilled to complete the minor. The latter minors two require an M. Eng. project outside of the School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 5 Curriculum Guidelines and Options Curriculum Examples The following is a typical core course curriculum for the M. Eng. in chemical engineering. To help you decide whether you wish to pursue an area of specialization, examples of possible curricula for several areas of specialization are shown on the following pages. These are suggested curricula; you may develop your own curriculum. However, if you wish to complete one of the M. Eng. minors, you must satisfy the specific curriculum requirements for that minor and the requirements for chemical engineering. Students who are interested in a minor should check with the faculty coordinator for the minor to get updated requirements and to get the full list of electives for the minor. Chemical Engineering Core Curriculum Fall Spring CHEME xxx CHE Fundamentals 3-6 CHEME xxx CHE Elective(s) 3-6 Business Practices 3 Pollution Control 3 CHEME yyy CHEME Applications 3-6 CHEME yyy CHE Applications 3-6 Elective(s) Elective(s) Elective(s) 0-9 CHEME 565 M. Eng. Project 3 Elective(s) 0-9 15 15
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 6 Curriculum Guidelines and Options Energy Engineering Specialization Fall Spring CHEME CHEME Fundamentals 3 CHEME Energy Engineering 3 xxx 6650 CHEME Energy Economics 3 Environmental Impact Eelctive2 3 6640 Economic Impact Elective1 3 Technology Impact Elective 3 Societal Impact Elective3 3 Elective 3 Business Practices Course 3 CHEME Energy-related M. Eng. Project 3 5650 15 15 1 Economic Impact Electives: AEM 4150 Price Analysis (fall) AEM 4510 Environmental Economics (spring) NBA 5190 Sustainability as a Driver for Innovation in the Entrepreneurial Organization (fall) NBA 5730 Seminar in Sustainable Development (spring) NBA 6030 Sustainable Global Enterprise (spring) NBA XXX Projects in Sustainable Global Enterprise (follow-on to 603) 2 Acceptable Environmental Impact Courses (this elective also satisfies the pollution control knowledge requirement): CHEME 6610 Air Pollution Control (spring) BEE 6510 Bioremediation: Engineering Organisms to Clean Up the Environment MAE 5430 Combustion Processes (fall) CEE 4520 Water Supply Engineering CEE 4540 Sustainable Small-Scale Water Supplies (fall) CEE 6200 Water Resources Systems Engr. (spring) 3 Societal Impact Courses: To be decided with advisor 4 Technology Electives: CHEME 4130 Introduction to Nuclear Science and Engineering (fall) CHE 5207 Petroleum Refining (fall) BEE 4870 Sustainable Energy (fall) BEE 7880 Biomass Conversion of Energy and Chemicals (spring) CEE 4920 Engineers for a Sustainable World (fall) EAS 4010 Fundamentals of Energy and Mineral Resources (fall) ECE 4510 Electric Power Systems I (fall) ECE 4510 Electric Power Systems II (spring) ECE 5870 Energy Seminar I (fall) ECE 5880 Energy Seminar II (spring) MAE 4490 Combustion Engines and Fuel Cells
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 7 Curriculum Guidelines and Options MAE 5010 Future Energy Systems (spring) MSE 5330 Materials for Energy Production, Storage, and Conversion MSE 5460 Solar Cells: Energy from the Environment NSE 4840 Introduction to Controlled Fusion: Principles and Technology (spring) PAM 3400 Economics of Consumer Policy (fall) SR 440 Global Warming: Science, Policy and Society Note: several one-credit courses can be combined to fulfill the three credits required for an elective area.
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 8 Curriculum Guidelines and Options Medical and Industrial Biotechnology Specialization The Medical and Industrial Biotechnology (MIB) Specialization is a new program that prepares students from engineering and life sciences for careers in biotechnology industries including manufacturing of pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, tissue culture, agricultural products, and new food and energy sources. The core of the specialization comprises two courses -- Bioprocess Engineering (CHEME 5430) with laboratory component for MIB students and Metabolic Engineering (CHEME xxx) -- and an M.Eng. project that builds on experiments carried out in the 5430 laboratory. The laboratory covers a variety of techniques including recombinant DNA and cloning, cell culture, protein production, small and large- scale separations, and bioreactor design and operation. This example curriculum satisfies the chemical engineering M.Eng. requirements and the specialization requirements. Fall Spring CHEME xxx CHEME Fundamentals 3 CHEME 5440 Systems Biology in 3 Biotechnology and Medicine CHEME 5430 Bioprocess Engineering 5 CHEME 5650 M.Eng. Project 8 with Laboratory Component CHEME 4010 Molecular Principles of 3 CHEME 4020 Cellular Principles of 3 Biomedical Engineering* Biomedical Engineering* CHEME xxx Bioengineering Logic and 1 Design xxx Elective 3 CHEME xxx Seminar** 1 Total 16 Total 14 *students who have taken CHE 401 and/or 402 or the equivalent(s) must substitute electives chosen from the list below; **the seminar is a self-directed set of 10 lectures from various biotechnology and biology seminar series on campus. It can be taken in fall or spring. MIB Laboratory will include the following modules: 1. Recombinant DNA (e.g., cloning for expression in bacteria, yeast, and CHO) 2. Cell culture and fermentation (e.g., bacterial, yeast and CHO cell culture techniques, batch/fed- batch/CSTR culture, large-scale bioreactor (~20 L or greater) 3. Protein purification (e.g., chromatography, recovery from inclusion bodies) 4. Protein characterization (e.g., binding affinity via SPR, protein unfolding/refolding, Western blot analysis, 2D gel electrophoresis, mass spectrometry) The 8-credit M.Eng. project in the spring semester will apply methods and techniques learned in MIB Laboratory to an independent project. Potential projects will be discussed and researched in the fall semester under the auspices of CHEME xxx (Bioengineering Logic and Design). The result of this 1- credit course will be a prospectus containing a problem statement, significance, plan, and timeline for proposed project. Students in this specialty are encouraged, but not required, to satisfy the air pollution and business practices knowledge requirements described on page 3.
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 9 Curriculum Guidelines and Options MIB Electives: Bioengineering Electives: AEP 4700 Biophysical Methods (also BIONB 4700) BME 6410 Biomedical Engineering Analysis of Proteins for Medicine (spring) BME 6670 Biotechnology BEE 7600 Nucleic Acid Engineering BEE 3600 Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering (also BME 3600) BEE 3680 Biotechnology Applications: Animal Bioreactors CEE 6580 Biodegradation and Biocatalysis (spring) CEE 4510 Microbiology for Environmental Engineering (spring) Biological Sciences Electives: BIOAP 4580 Mammalian Physiology BIOAP 3160 Cellular Physiology BIOBM 3300 Biochemistry (fall and spring) BIOBM 3340 Computer Graphics and Molecular Biology (fall and spring) BIOBM 4320 Survey of Cell Biology (spring) BIOBM 4340 Applications of Molecular Biology to Medicine, Agriculture and Industry (fall) BIOBM 4380 The RNA World BIOBM 4390 Molecular Basis of Human Disease (also BIOGD 4390) BIOBM 6310 Protein Structure, Dynamics and Function BIOBM 6330 Biosynthesis of Macromolecules (fall) BIOBM 6360 Functional Organization of Eukaryotic Cells (spring) BIOMI 3940 Applied and Food Microbiology (also FDSC 3940) BIOMI 3970 Environmental Microbiology (also CSS 3970) BIOMI 4160 Bacterial Physiology BIOMI 4200 Microbial Genomics BIOMI 4850 Bacterial Genetics (fall) BIOMI 6901 Prokaryotic Biology: Microbial Structure and Function BIOMI 6902 Prokaryotic Biology: Environmental Microbiology BIOMI 6903 Prokaryotic Biology: Microbial Physiology/Diversity BIOMI 6904 Prokaryotic Biology: Microbial Genetics BIOMI 6905 Prokaryotic Biology: Microbial Pathogenesis BIOPL 3420 Plant Physiology BIOPL 3430 Molecular Biology and Genetic Engineering of Plants BIOPL 3800 Strategies and Methods in Drug Discovery BIOPL 4440 Plant Cell Biology BIOPL 4620 Plant Biochemistry BIOPL 4825 Molecular Biology of Plant Organelles (also BIOGD 4825) BIOPL 4826 Plant Biotechnology (also PLBR 4826) CHEM 4500 Principles of Chemical Biology (also BIOBM 4500) (I) (PBS) CHEM 4510 Structural Chemical Biology (PBS) CHEM 6670 Topics in Chemical Biology CHEM 6680 Chemical Aspects of Biological Processes CHEM 6720 Kinetics and Regulation of Enzyme Systems CHEM 6770 Chemistry of Nucleic Acids CHEM 6860 Physical Chemistry of Proteins
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 10 Curriculum Guidelines and Options Polymer Processing Specialization Fall Spring CHEME CHEME Fundamental(s) 3-6 CHEME CHEME Elective(s) 6 xxx xxx Business Practices 3 Pollution Control 3 CHEME Polymeric Materials 3 CHEME M. Eng. Project. 3 6400 5650 Elective 3-6 Electives 3 Total 15 Total 15 Examples of Electives: TXA 3350 Fiber Science MSE 5250 Organic Optoelectronics MSE 5550 Introduction to Composite Materials (fall) MSE 6550 Composite Materials (spring) MSE 5210 Solid Polymers (fall) MSE 5230 Physics of Soft Materials CHEME 6440 Aerosols and Colloids (fall) CHEME 7450 Physical Polymer Science I (fall)
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 11 Curriculum Guidelines and Options Materials Science Specialization Fall Spring CHEME CHEME Fundamental(s) 3-6 CHEME CHEME Elective(s) 3-6 xxx xxx Business Practices 3 Pollution Control 3 Elective(s) 6 CHEME M. Eng. Project 3 565 Elective(s) 3-6 Total 15 Total 15- 16 Examples of Electives: MSE 4020 Mechanical Properties of Materials, Processing and Design (fall) MSE 5210 Solid Polymers (fall) MSE 5310 Introduction to Ceramics (spring) MSE 5230 Physics of Soft Materials MSE 5250 Organic Optoelectronics MSE 5410 Micro-Processing of Materials MSE 5450 Magnetic and Ferroelectric Materials (fall) MSE 5550 Introduction to Composite Materials (spring) MSE 5850 Electronic, Magnetic, and Dielectric Properties of Materials (spring) CHE 4800 Electronic Materials Processing CHE 6400 Polymeric Materials (fall) CHE 6440 Aerosols and Colloids (fall)
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 12 Curriculum Guidelines and Options Microfabrication Specialization Fall Spring CHEME CHEME Fundamental(s) 3-6 CHEME CHEME Elective(s) 3-6 xxx xxx Business Practices 3 Pollution Control 3 CHEME MicroCHEMEmical and 3 CHEME M. Eng. Project 3 4840 Microfluidic 5650 Elective(s) 3-6 CHEME Electronic Materials 3 4800 Processing Elective 0-3 15 15 Possible Electives: AEP 4500 Introductory Solid State Physics (fall) AEP 5500 Applied Solid State Physics (spring) AEP 6610 Nanoharacterization (fall) AEP 6620 Micro/Nano-Fabrication and Processing (spring) AEP 663 0 Nanobiotechnology (fall) MSE 5450 Magnetic and Ferroelectric Materials (fall) MSE 5350 Thermodynamics of Condensed Systems (fall) MSE 5490 Nanofabrication: Making It Small (spring) ECE 4570 Silicon Device Fundamentals (fall) ECE 4820 Plasma Processing of Electronic Materials (spring) ECE 5350 Semiconductor Physics (fall) ECE 5360 Nanofabrication of Semiconductor Devices (fall) ORIE 5770 Quality Control
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 13 Curriculum Guidelines and Options Food Science Specialization Fall Spring CHEME CHEME Fundamental(s) 3-6 CHEME CHEME Elective(s) 3-6 xxx XXX Business Practices 3 Pollution Control 3 Electives 6-9 CHEME M. Eng. Project 3 5650 Elective(s) 3-6 Total 15 Total 15 Possible Electives: NS 3320 Methods in Nutritional Sciences (fall) FDSC 4150 Principles of Food Packaging (spring) FDSC 4170 Food CHEMEmistry I (spring) FDSC 4180 Food CHEMEmistry II (fall) FDSC 4230 Physical Principles of Food Processing and Manufacturing (fall) CHEME 6400 Polymeric Materials (fall) CHEME 6440 Aerosols and Colloids (fall)
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 14 Curriculum Guidelines and Options Bioengineering Minor The Bioengineering Minor is administered by the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Students intending to complete the minor must file a course plan with the Biomedical Engineering office in 115 Weill Hall. The minor requires three approved courses, either two in bioengineering and one in biological sciences, or three in bioengineering. Students must also take the Bioengineering Seminar for one semester. Also, students selecting this option must select a bioengineering-related M. Eng. project. The following curriculum is an example that satisfies the chemical engineering requirements and the bioengineering minor requirements. Fall Spring CHEME xxx CHE Fundamentals 3 CHEME Air Pollution Control 3 6610 CHEME 5430 Biomolecular Engineering of 3 CHEME M. Eng. Project 3 Bioprocesses 5650 Business Practices 3 CHE Applications 6 Electives Biological Sciences Elective 3 Bioengineering Elective 3 Bioengineering Elective 3 Total 15 Total 15 Examples of Electives: Bioengineering Electives: CHEME 4010 Molecular Principles of Biomedical Engineering (fall) CHEME 4020 Cellular Principles of Biomedical Engineering (spring) CHEME 4810 Biomedical Engineering (spring) CHEME 6310 Engineering Principles for Drug Delivery BME 6410 Biomedical Engineering Analysis of Proteins for Medicine (spring) BME 5600 Biotransport and Drug Delivery (spring) Biological Sciences Electives: BIOBM 3300 Biochemistry (fall and spring) BIOBM 3340 Computer Graphics and Molecular Biology (fall and spring) BIOBM 4400 Laboratories in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (fall and spring) BIOBM 4320 Survey of Cell Biology (spring) BIOBM 4340 Applications of Molecular Biology to Medicine, Agriculture and Industry (fall) BIOBM 6330 Biosynthesis of Macromolecules (fall) BIOBM 6360 Functional Organization of Eukaryotic Cells (spring) BIOMI 4160 Bacterial Physiology (not offered 2008-9) BIOMI 4850 Bacterial Genetics (fall)
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 15 Curriculum Guidelines and Options Manufacturing Engineering Minor The Manufacturing Engineering Minor is administered by the Departments of Operations Research and Mechanical Engineering. Students intending to complete the minor should consult with Professor John Callister (jc62@cornell.edu) in the M&AE/OR&IE Departments at 291 Grumman Hall. The minor requires ORIE 5150, NBA 5530, ORIE 8930 and 8940, which are colloquia, three approved electives, and a team M. Eng. project supervised by the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Fall Spring CHEME CHEME Fundamental(s) 3 CHEME CHEME Elective(s) 3 xxx xxx Business Practices 3 Pollution Control 3 MAE Group M. Eng. Project 2 MAE 6900 Group M. Eng. Project 3 6900 Elective(2) 3 NBA 5530 Finance and Accounting for 3 Manufacturing ORIE Enterprise Engineering 1 ORIE 5150 Economic Analysis of 3 9100 Colloquim Engineering Systems CHEME Physics of Micro- and 3 ORIE 9101 Enterprise Engineering 1 6240 Nanoscale Fluid Mechanics Colloquim Total 15 Total 16 Examples of Electives: CHEME 6240 Physics of Micro- and Nanoscale Fluid Mechanics (also MAE 5240; fall) MAE 4550 Introduction to Composite Materials (fall) NBA 5800 Strategies for Global Competitiveness (fall NBA 5920 Experience in International Management (fall and spring) NBA 6180 Global Innovation and Technology Commercialization (spring)
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 16 Curriculum Guidelines and Options Systems Engineering Minor The Systems Engineering Minor is administered by the Systems Engineering Program. Students intending to complete the minor should consult with the Professor Peter Jackson (255-9122, pj16@cornell.edu) who can approve specific course selections. Students must complete SYSTEN 5100, SYSEN 5200, CEE 5900 and a fourth course with some systems content. This option requires a team- based M. Eng. project for at least 4 credits that includes some systems engineering. For more information consult http://www.systemseng.cornell.edu/program.html. Fall Spring CHEME CHEME Fundamentals 3 CHEME CHEME Elective(s) 3 xxx xxx Business Practices 3 CHEME Pollution Control 3 6610 CHEME Group M. Eng. Project 3 CHEME Group M. Eng. Project 3 5650 5650 SYSEN Applied Systems 3 SYSEN Systems Architecture, 3 5100 Engineering 5200 Behavior and Optimization CEE 5900 Project Management (also 4 Course with systems content 3 offered in spring) Total 16 Total 15
    • Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering 17 Curriculum Guidelines and Options Engineering Management Minor The Engineering Management Minor is administered by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Students intending to complete the minor should visit 219 Hollister Hall (see Patty Apgar, 255-7560) to pick up information about the minor and specific course selections. Students must complete CEE 590, CEE 593 and a third course in some area of Engineering Management. Fall Spring CHEME CHEME Fundamentals 3 CHEME CHEME Elective 3 xxx Course(s) xxx Business Practices 3 Pollution Control 3 CHEME M. Eng. Project 2 CHEME M. Eng. Project 3 5650 5650 CHEME CHEME Elective 3 CEE 5930 Engineering Management 3 xxx Methods CEE 5900 Project Management (also 4 Engineering Management 3 offered in spring) course* Total 15 Total 15 Examples of Electives: MAE 5949 Enterprise Engineering Colloquium (fall and spring) CEE 5940 Economic Methods for Engineering Management ORIE 4510 Economic Analysis of Engineering Systems, ORIE 5150 Manufacturing Systems and Logistics