Summary: Computer Aided Chemical Engineering
CHEN 3600 Fall 2011 Course Outcomes
Course outcomes define the desired level of learning, skill and ability that is to be accomplished by
a student at the time of the completion of the course. Each outcome consists of a skill or aptitude
as well as a desired mastery level. By defining specific course outcomes, both students and faculty
can ensure that the technical and professional subject material essential to the course is covered as
well as detailing the degree of mastery expected.
Committee: Drs. Ashurst, Placek, Josephson, Eden
Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
1. Explain, employ and apply mathematical concepts and constructs (basic mathematical func-
tions, rates of change, areas under curves, Laplace transform, Monte Carlo Simulation) en-
countered in engineering problems.
2. Employ one-dimensional arrays and two-dimensional matrices to represent, store and manip-
ulate data collections.
3. Create effective graphs (e.g., x-y, scatter, line, surface, etc.) observing departmental format.
Select appropriate trend lines. Graph parametric functions.
4. Apply appropriate standard methods to solve single and multiple, coupled algebraic equations.
5. Solve single and multiple variable linear regression problems.
6. Employ systematic problem solving methods and critical thinking skills to develop the equa-
tions required to obtain a solution of various chemical engineering and general engineering