During Freshmen year, students can expect lecture style class sizes of 50 to 150 students per class. As the students progress through the program, class sizes are divided into smaller sections ranging from 30 to 40 students per class.
The Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering department does not require any particular type of computer, operating system, memory, or software. A PC or a Mac will be fine. Our labs generally use PC software and students are not required to purchase any. Mac can be configured to emulate a PC. Please also visit the University's IT website for additional computer purchasing advice: http://www.udel.edu/it/purchase-consulting/personal-need-computer.html
The Office of Academic Enrichment at UD is committed to helping students address academic challenges through tutoring, workshops, and classes. Within the department, every Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering course has a teaching assistant whose primary duty is to help students. Faculty encourage students to seek assistance from the professor for questions out of class.
The Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering department does not accept AP Chemistry credits to replace our General Chemistry course work. AP Calculus AB and BC as well as Physics C1 and C2 are accepted for our foundation courses. For a detailed AP listing visit: http://www.udel.edu/admissions/pdf/apcredit.pdf
On average, about 25% of our graduating seniors go on to graduate schools.
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