E44 EECE 101 Introduction to Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering

Key technical issues that face our society and some of the emerging technologies that hold promise for the future are examined and discussed. Relationship to chemical engineering principles is emphasized. (Prior to FL2015, this course was numbered: E63 146A.)

Credit 3 units. EN: TU


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School of Engineering & Applied Science

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...semester. Chemical Engineering: EECE 101 Computer Engineering: CSE...Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering (E44); and Mechanical Engineering...

Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering

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