This option allows the undergraduate chemical engineering student to develop a strong background in applying chemical engineering skills to the food industry on a global scale.
Students entering the Chemical Engineering/Honours Specialization in Foods and Nutrition program – Option H must have completed the entire first year program at Brescia University College and the first-year program in Engineering (Year 2, below) at Western with a minimum year-weighted average of 70% and a minimum grade of 60% in Chemistry 1302B. Students who have not completed Grade 12U Physics and Calculus with a minimum grade of 70% in each must take the equivalent courses at Brescia University College before starting Year 2 of the program.
Year 1 (Brescia)
1.0 course: Chemistry 1301A, Chemistry 1302B.
0.5 course: Biology 1290B.
1.0 course: Foods and Nutrition 1070A, Foods and Nutrition 1241B.
1.0 course: Physiology 1021.
0.5 course: Interdisciplinary Studies 1200A/B.
1.0 non-technical elective (must be from Category A or B).
1.5 courses: Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1411A/B, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1412A, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 1414B.
1.0 course: Physics 1401A, Physics 1402B.
1.5 course: Engineering Science 1036A/B, Engineering Science 1050.
1.0 course: CBE 2206A, CBE 2207B.
1.0 course: Foods and Nutrition 2230A/B, Foods and Nutrition 2449B.
Term A: Biochemistry 2288A, CBE 2214A, CBE 2220A, Foods and Nutrition 2232, Foods and Nutrition 3342A, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 2270A.
Term B: CBE 2221B, CBE 2224B, CBE 2291B, Foods and Nutrition 2232, Numerical and Mathematical Methods 2277B, Writing 2130G.
Term A: CBE 4413Y, CBE 4497, Engineering Leadership and Innovation 4110F/G, Foods and Nutrition 3390W, Foods and Nutrition 3380A.
Term B: CBE 4413Y, CBE 4497.
2.0 courses in Foods and Nutrition or Human Ecology at the 3000- or 4000-level.
Technical Elective List:
Some technical electives may not be offered in a given academic year. Consult the Department for accurate listing.
3000- and 4000-level Foods and Nutrition or Human Ecology course options can be found in the Academic Calendar.