CBEE offers B.S. and H.B.S degrees in bioengineering, chemical engineering, and environmental engineering. Each of our engineering majors is rooted from the process engineering principles of chemical engineering. These majors are each 192 credits total and take approximately 4-5 years to complete.
CBEE Curriculum & Degree Requirements
Starting in the 2021-22 academic year, CBEE undergraduate major curricula are changing to align with a new first-year engineering orientation and computation series. In conjunction, new BIOE courses are being rolled out as part of an overhaul of our BIOE major curriculum. Students should follow the curriculum plan that is based on their term of admission and progression through degree requirements. If you have questions about which curriculum applies to you, please contact our advising team.
Advising Guides & Policies
Below are advising guides for each of our undergraduate programs. These guides review information about course requirements and prerequisites, options for elective coursework, and information about CBEE advising and campus career services.
The Sample Plan excel files have tabs for specific catalog years (for students who were admitted before or after summer 2021) and options for MECOP – a program that offers two 6-month internships usually resulting in a minimum of 5 years of coursework.
Bioengineering (BIOE) Majors
Chemical Engineering (CHE) Majors
Environmental Engineering (ENVE) Majors
CBEE Advisors offer additional resources for transfer students interested in CBEE majors. Please visit our Transfer Students page, which includes transfer guides, course plans, and course articulation information for students transferring from an Oregon community college.
Premedical Curriculum Information
Many of our bioengineering students in CBEE are also on a premedical track. The premedical track requires additional courses for admission to medical school. CBEE's Head Undergraduate Advisor, is also our premedical advisor. If you have questions about pursuing medicine, please email or book an appointment with CBEE's Head Undergraduate Advisor.