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Engineering

CCME

See the academic catalog for Engineering admission and degree requirements.

Undergraduate Concentrations


Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering conceives and designs chemical manufacturing processes for industry. The Chemical Engineering discipline uses principles of chemistry, applied physics, life science, applied mathematics and economics to efficiently use, produce, transform and transport chemical materials and energy.

This field of engineering also includes operation of industrial chemical plants, safety, and hazard assessment. As a chemical engineer, you will be a part of producing numerous products that enhance the lives of people around the world.

The Chemical Engineering curriculum exposes students to the spirit of teamwork through capstone projects, professional societies, ethics, general and specific computer software and skills, co-op and internship opportunities. Our students are challenged to apply their math and science knowledge through experiments that replicate real-world problems. Our dedicated faculty provides you with hands-on experience that will equip you with the techniques, skills, and tools you need to be an industry leader.

Chemical Engineering, BS Curriculum

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering deals with design, construction, and maintenance of the physically and naturally built environment, including works such as roads, bridges, canals, dams, sewage systems, pipelines, railways and irrigation systems. It also includes land surveying, grading design, drainage, pavement and water supply systems.

Specialty areas within Civil Engineering include the areas of geothermal, structural, coastal, earthquake and environmental engineering. Civil engineers continue to push our society forward by improving our transportation and facility infrastructures.

The Civil Engineering curriculum exposes students to the spirit of teamwork through capstone projects, professional societies, ethics, general and specific computer software and skills, co-op and internship opportunities. Through our program, you will learn to design, analyze and interpret data that will impact consumers in a global, economic, environmental and societal context. You will develop the teamwork and communication skills needed to effectively develop plans, systems, and processes to protect and improve the lives of people.

Civil Engineering, BS Curriculum

Engineering Minors

Chemical Engineering, Minor
Mechanical Engineering, Minor


Engineering Contact

Dr. Pankaj Chandra – Department Head
Department of Chemical, Civil, and Mechanical Engineering
Email: ccme@mcneese.edu
Tel: (337) 475-5874