Process Control Minor

The Process Control minor will allow students to gain education in the broad skill set required of a process control engineer. These skill sets include computer programming, electronics and circuits, signal analysis, instrumentation, process modeling, and logic as applied to the chemical and paper industries. The minimum cumulative gpa of 2.00 is required for all courses in the minor. A minimum of 19 semester hours are required. None of these courses may be taken on a credit/no credit basis.

Program Requirements

(19 credit hours minimum)

Required courses
CHM 142
CHM 145
College Chemistry
and College Chemistry Laboratory
CPB 204Mass and Energy Balances I2
Select one of the following:3
Fundamentals of Problem Solving and Programming
Chemical and Bio- Engineering Computation and Statistics
Modeling and Design in Engineering
and Numerical Methods in Engineering
Select one of the following:4-7
Electric Circuit Analysis I
and Elements of Robotics
Electric Circuit Analysis I
and Measurements and Instrumentation
Electronic Instrumentation
and Laboratory in Electronic Instrumentation
Select one of the following:3
Process Control
Control of Dynamic Systems
Courses for Majors/Non-majors2-3
CPB majors select:
Unit Operations Laboratory
CPB non-majors select:
Unit Operations Laboratory
and Independent Studies 1
Total Credit Hours19-23

 Concurrent enrollment in CPB 451 & CPB 477 with approval from CPB department.