Students register in a Standard Timetable (STT) for Chemical or Chemical & Biological Engineering that includes the CHBE core courses required for that year. Students then must register in electives or core courses from other departments individually.
Co-op students in CHBE normally take one term of courses in third year and spend the other term on a co-op placement. Students register for the appropriate STT and then drop the courses for the co-op work term.
Fourth year CHBE students take technical electives in addition to their core fourth year courses. After registering for fourth year STT, students register for technical electives individually. Registration in conflicting technical electives is not permitted.
||Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Include: name, student number and problem description|
|A core course in another department is full||
Contact the department to find out registration procedures.MATH 604-822-2666 http://www.math.ubc.ca/Ugrad/ugradRegistration.shtml
APSC 604-822-6556 Engineering Student Services
STATS 604-822-4821 http://www.stat.ubc.ca/People/#S
|You missed taking or failed a core course last year and now two core courses conflict||Email email@example.com. Include: name, student number and problem description. The issue will be reviewed and you will be advised which one of following options will apply:
|Your transfer credits are not listed on the Degree Navigator||Visit the ESS office to request an updated pre-approved transfer credit on your Degree Navigator|
|If you wish to take an unlisted technical elective||Obtain approval from an undergraduate program advisor, who will then send an email to the Undergrad Secretary. Your Degree Navigator should be adjusted to reflect the approved elective.|
|Students taking more than the required technical electives||Students cannot take more than 6 credits of technical elective courses outside of CHBE. Any credits in excess of the graduation requirements will not count towards your degree.|
|Students taking more courses than the maximum in the academic calendar||Credits taken in excess of the maximum will not count towards your degree.|