Completion of a minor indicates proficiency beyond that provided by the general Stevens curriculum in the basic material of the selected area. Students in other engineering disciplines may qualify for a minor in biochemical or chemical engineering by taking the required courses indicated below. Students enrolled in a minor program must earn six additional credits above and beyond what is required for the engineering curriculum. In addition, the grade in any course credited for a minor must be "C" or better and the credits for a course used to meet the minor requirement cannot be used for a master's degree.

Requirements for a minor in biochemical engineering for students enrolled in the chemical engineering major:

  • CH 281 Biology and Biotechnology
  • CH 381 Cell Biology
  • CHE 210 Process Analysis
  • CHE 342 Heat and Mass Transfer
  • CHE 351 Reactor Design
  • CHE 480 Biochemical Engineering

Requirements for a minor in chemical engineering for students enrolled in another engineering major:

  • CHE 210 Process Analysis
  • CHE 234 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
  • CHE 332 Separation Operations
  • CHE 336 Fluid Mechanics
  • CHE 342 Heat and Mass Transfer
  • CHE 351 Reactor Design