The Department of Chemical Engineering offers the B.S. degree with two concentrations: (1) Chemical Engineering and (2) Bio-Molecular Engineering. Both options result in a B.S. Chemical Engineering degree and, in both options, students take the same core chemical engineering courses.
Students interested in biological areas of chemical engineering, such as medicine, pharmaceuticals, bio-fuels, bio-remediation, etc., should consider enrolling in the Bio-Moleceular Engineering concentration. Even if you are registered as a Chemical Engineering major, you still need to "join" the Bio-Molecular Engineering concentration (abbreviated BMOL). To do this, you will need to fill out a "change-of-major" form. See the Departmental Secretary for more details on obtaining this form.
A link to the curriculum for the Bio-Molecular Engineering option is found here.