Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Ohio University changed to a semester academic calendar, beginning with the Fall Semester of 2012.
The University is committed to the concept that no student who began their studies under the quarter system face a delay in their expected graduation date as a result of the calendar change, and courses of study have been laid out for students in all majors that accommodate the calendar change without impacting time-to-completion. So long as a student maintains steady progress toward the degree, and doesn't need to repeat courses, take remedial courses, or decide to minor or double major, etc., and would have graduated in four years under the quarter system, that student will be able to graduate in four years under the semester system.
Every chemical engineering student impacted by the calendar change, through the normal process of meeting regularly with their adviser, formulated a plan particular to that student outlining the course schedule that student needed to follow to maintain his or her expected graduation date.
Below are links to the chemical engineering curriculum on the semester system as well as expected schedules for students in each of the affected classes. As always, if any student has a question about any of this, PLEASE contact your adviser, the department's Assistant Chair for Undergraduate Studies, Dr. Darin Ridgway, or the department Chair, Dr. Valerie Young.
Transition Scheduling Guidelines for undergraduate students (pdf)
Semester Schedule for B.S. in Chemical Engineering - BS7251
Semester Schedule for B.S. in Chemical Engineering - Materials Track - BS7262
Semester Schedule for B.S. in Chemical Engineering - Biological Track - BS7263
Semester Schedule for B.S. in Chemical Engineering - Energy and the Environment Track - BS7264
List of approved semester-based chemical engineering technical electives (pdf)
Transition schedule for students entering in Fall 2009 and expecting to graduate in Spring 2013
Transition schedule for students entering in Fall 2010 and expecting to graduate in Spring 2014
Transition schedule for students entering in Fall 2011 and expecting to graduate in Spring 2015
Transition information for graduate students (pdf)