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The chemical and environmental engineering undergraduate programs at the University of Arizona are four-year programs of study resulting in Bachelor of Science degrees in chemical engineering or environmental engineering.
The department also offers two undergraduate minors, which are open to any qualified undergraduate student on campus. Both degree programs provide a rigorous, broad-based education that prepares students to succeed in a variety of careers and graduate fields within engineering and beyond.
Chemical and environmental engineers often work on open-ended design problems in interdisciplinary teams. To gain the appropriate experience, undergraduate students are strongly encouraged to seek out research opportunities at the University and other organizations.
The accelerated MS programs in chemical engineering (download pdf) and environmental engineering (download pdf) offer an opportunity for qualified undergraduate students to start working on their MS degree while they are fulfilling the requirements of their BS degree.
The programs are designed to allow advanced students to complete a master’s degree in chemical or environmental engineering in one additional year by applying their undergraduate technical electives to both their bachelor’s and master’s degrees. The accelerated MS programs are available to students who graduate with a cumulative GPA of 3.3 and above.