The Bachelor of Science degrees in Chemical Engineering and Chemical and Biological Engineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET: http://www.abet.org

B.S. Degree Program in Chemical Engineering

Mission Statement: The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Colorado seeks to instill in its students an education in the principles and practice of chemical engineering that will serve a broad and dynamic range of career paths and provide a foundation for lifelong professional growth.

B.S. Degree Program in Chemical and Biological Engineering

Mission Statement: The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Colorado seeks to instill in its students an education in the principles and practice of chemical and biological engineering that will serve a broad and dynamic range of career paths and provide a foundation for lifelong professional growth.

Program Objective: The department prepares our graduates to make significant contributions in many diverse areas. Specifically, within a few years of graduation our graduates will have achieved one or more of the following attributes:

  • In their chosen field, be established in a professional career, be pursuing an advanced degree, or be seeking advanced certification.

  • Be recognized as academic, industrial, or entrepreneurial leaders.

  • Be successfully working and communicating in a variety of technical fields.

  • Be adapting to new technologies and changing professional environments.

Annual student enrollment and graduation data for both Chemical Engineering and Chemical and Biological Engineering can be found on the College of Engineering Facts and Figures webpage.