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2013-2014

Corrosion Engineering (4250)

B.S. - Bachelor of Science

Major: Corrosion Engineering - Coop (425005BS)

College of Engineering

Learning Outcomes
Students will have an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
Students will have an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
Students will have an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
Students will have an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams, identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
Students will have an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
Students will have an ability to communicate effectively.
Students will have the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and social context.
Students will have a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
Students will have a knowledge of contemporary issues and an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

Year 1

Fall
3300:111 English Composition I3
3150:151 Principles of Chemistry I3
3150:152 Principles of Chemistry I Lab1
3450:221 Analytic Geometry-Calculus I4
4200:110 Project Mgmt & Teamwork I1
4250:101 Tools for Corrosion Engr2
Physical Education/Wellness:Any1
Min Credit Total 15
Spring
3150:153 Principles of Chemistry II3
3150:154 Qualitative Analysis2
3450:222 Analytic Geometry-Calculus II4
4250:105 Materials Sc for Corrosion Eng2
Oral Communication:7600:105/1063
English Composition:3300:112 or 2020:2223
Min Credit Total 17
Summer
Elective:4100:300 Cooperative Education Work Per (optional)0
Min Credit Total 0

Year 2

Fall
4250:200 Mat & Ener Balancs fr Corr Eng4
3650:291 Elementary Classical Physics I4
3150:263 Organic Chemistry Lecture I3
3150:265 Organic Chemistry Lab I2
3450:223 Analytic Geometry-Calc III4
4200:210 Project Mgmt & Teamwork II1
Min Credit Total 18
Spring
3150:264 Organic Chem Lecture II3
3450:335 Intro to Ordinary Diff Equatns3
4200:225 Equilibrium Thermodynamics4
4300:201 Statics3
3650:292 Elementary Classical Phys II4
Min Credit Total 17
Summer
Elective:4100:300 Cooperative Education Work Per (optional)0
Min Credit Total 0

Year 3

Fall
3150:423 Analytical Chemistry I3
4200:310 Project Mgmt & Teamwork III1
4250:300 Fundamentals of Aqueous Corr3
4250:301 Aqueous Corrosion Lab 11
4300:202 Intro: Mechanics of Solids3
4400:307 Basic Electrical Engineering4
Min Credit Total 15
Spring
4100:301 Cooperative Education Work Per0
Min Credit Total 0
Summer
4250:305 Aqueous Corrosion Prevention3
4250:306 Aqueous Corrosion Lab 21
Area Studies & Cultural Diversity:Any 2
Social Science:Any Set3
Min Credit Total 9

Year 4

Fall
4100:302 Cooperative Education Work Per0
Min Credit Total 0
Spring
3250:244 Introduction Economic Analysis3
4250:310 Fundamentals of Dry Corrosion3
4250:311 High Temperature Corrosion Lab1
4250:340 Corrosion Prevention (Dry)3
4600:380 Mechanical Metallurgy2
Humanities:Any Set3
Min Credit Total 15
Summer
4100:403 Cooperative Education Work Per0
Min Credit Total 0

Year 5

Fall
4200:410 Project Mgmt & Teamwork IV1
4250:440 Corrosion Management 13
Elective:Chemistry (3150) or Biology (3100) Elective3
Elective:4250:Corrosion Engineering3
Elective:Any2
Humanities:3400:210 or 2214
Min Credit Total 16
Spring
4250:441 Corrosion Management 23
Elective:Design Elective3
Elective:4#00:xxx Design Elective3
Elective:4250:xxx Corrosion Engineering Elective3
Humanities:Any OTHER Set3
Min Credit Total 15
Summer
Min Credit Total 0
Degree Distribution Requirements
This curriculum guide is a recommended plan of study. Students with questions about degree requirements should contact an academic advisor.
Chemistry, Biology, Design and Corrosion electives (4#00:xxx) must be chosen from an approved list of electives.
See General Education section of the Undergraduate Bulletin for specific details about eligible Humanities and Social Science courses.
Students are encouraged to see their adviser and/or the departmental office for approved program electives.
The following credit hour requirements apply to this degree: 137 minimum total credits; 32 credits in residence; the final 32 credits must be taken from The University of Akron.

Guide Updated: 03-08-2013