Mock FE Exam: All seniors graduating under the current catalog are required to take the mock FE exam. You will not be allowed
to graduate if you do not take this examination. More information, contact
Mary Beth Abernathy. Seniors graduating under the current catalogue are
required to pass the Mock FE exam or to pass CE 4101.
FE Exam: The FE exam is encouraged for students who will be practicing engineers.
CE 4101 will help you prepare for the exam.
A single course can not be counted towards multiple requirements. For example,
IE 2311 can not be counted toward the Core Curriculum
Behavior requirement as it is required for the Chemical Engineering degree plan.
Pre−Requisites: It is a student’s responsibility to know all pre−requisites for any courses requested. They are
listed in the University Catalog. The TECHSIS system is supposed to
prevent a student from registering without the required pre−requisites. In some cases, the system will fail to do so. If you register
for a course for which you do not have the required pre−requisites, you may be dropped from that course at any time. A grade of
‘D’ does not satisfy any pre−requisites in the Edward E. Whitacre College of Engineering. It is your responsibility to
make up such grades at the earliest opportunity.
Credit−Hour Limit for Summer Courses: If you are prevented from registering for desired summer courses due to a
credit−hour limit, you must see the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies.
"Not Registered For Term": If you get this message or something similar when you try to register on the web, you will
have to go to the Office of the Registrar in West Hall. The computer system
incorrectly assumed that you were graduating this May. Advisors can not change that status.
Degree Audits: You may now see your degree audit (non−official) on
Catalog for Graduation: You may graduate under one of two catalogs: (1)the catalog in effect the year you started in
chemical engineering or (2)the catalog in effect at the time you graduate. The catalog year under which you wish to
graduate must be specified in your Intent to Graduate Form. This form must be submitted in the fall of your senior year.
Intent to Graduate form: This form should be filled out and given to
Pearl Trevino in the Dean’s office,
preferably, one year before graduation. At the latest, the form must be filled out and a degree audit run before registering for
your final semester. Click
here to download the form.
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