Minimum of 131 units required.
Lower Division: CH E 200, 210, 220; CHEM 111A, 111B; one course from CHEM 251, BIOL 211A, or MICR 200, C E 205; E E 211; ENGR 101,102 and CH E 100; MATH 122, 123, 224; PHYS 151; PHYS 152 (or EE 210 and 210L)
Upper Division: CH E 320, 330, 410, 420, 430, 440, 450, 460, 470; CHEM 320A, B or CHEM 327 and approved laboratory science (4 units minimum); CHEM 377B; MATH 370A; six units from CH E 300, 415, 425, 435, 436,437, 438, 445, 455, 465, 475, 480, 485, 490; an ECON course or C E 406; three units of approved engineering elective.
All students must show evidence of having attempted FE exam prior to graduation. Those who pass the FE exam can waive 3 units of engineering elective.
For requirements, see the description in the Engineering Technology Programs section of this Catalog.
For requirements, see the description in the College of Engineering section of this Catalog.
Advisor - Hamid Kavianian (Chemical Engineering)
Department Office - EN2-101
Telephone - (562) 985-2260
This certificate is designed to prepare students for safety positions that require a strong background in the technology of safe industrial environments. Examples of this kind of position are manufacturer’s safety representative, manufacturing facilities safety analyst, traffic safety analyst, and representative of California or Federal agencies involving public safety. This interdisciplinary program provides the student with a depth of technical training in safety, and related technical courses, including the experiences in human resources management necessary to effectively supervise safety programs.
1. May be earned concurrently with or subsequent to the baccalaureate degree.
2. Open to all majors who have fulfilled the required prerequisites as stated below.
3. Requires a total of 24 units as specified below:
A. Completion of supporting technical courses chosen in consultation with an advisor.
B. 24 units are required from the following courses: ET 307, 309, 311, 319, 329, 329L, 400, 400L, 409, 410, 420, 449, 449L.
4. Any deviation from this program requires the written permission of the program advisor.