This is an exciting time for undergraduate education at the University of Delaware. Our students are being hired by an ever-broadening array of employers, including companies in the biotechnology, semiconductor, management consulting, and pharmaceutical industries, in addition to a variety of small start-up companies and the traditional chemical process industry. The Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) has developed an entirely new set of educational criteria for Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering programs, establishing new and more stringent requirements while at the same time providing greater room for innovation in undergraduate education. The department views these developments as unique opportunities for strengthening Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering education. Our undergraduate program has flourished during the past two decades, consistently ranking as one of the top 10 programs in the nation. Our goal is to provide the best undergraduate education in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering anywhere in the world, with programs designed to meet the challenges that our graduates will face throughout their professional careers.