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Revision Status/Date: 2/2014 June 15

TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES


COURSE SYLLABUS

COURSE CODE CHE 304 INTEGRATION COURSE 1 FOR CHE


COURSE NAME (2012 Curriculum)
CHH 342 INTEGRATION COURSE 1 FOR CHE
(2011 Curriculum)
CREDITS 2 units lecture
CONTACT HOURS 2 hours lecture
INSTRUCTOR
Chair, Chemical Engineering
TEXTBOOK Olao, S.S.B. (Compiler) (2012).Reviewer for chemical engineering
licensure examination. Manila: Manila Review Institute, Inc.
Other Supplemental Bronson, R. (2014) Differential equations. New York, NY: McGraw-
Materials Hill Education.
Brown, L. Holme T. (2011) Chemistry for engineering student. (2nd ed.).
Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole, Cengage learning.
Cabero, J.B.(2012).Solved problems in solid mensuration. Mandaluyong
City: National Bookstore.
Damiano, D.B.(2012). Multivariable calculus. Massachusetts: Jones &
Bartlett.
Larson, R. (2014).Algebra and trigonometry. Australia: Brooks/Cole
Cengage Learning.
Scheaffer, R. L. Mulekar, M.S. and McClave, J.T. (2012). Probability
and statistics for engineering students. Singapore: Cengage
Learning.
Serway, R.A. (2014). Physics For Scientists and Engineers. Boston,
MA: Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning.
Stewart, J.(2013). College algebra. Australia: Cengage Learning.
Tolentino, R. Q.(2013).Analytic geometry reviewer with vector analysis
using calculator techniques (with past board exams).Manila,
Philippines: Booklore Publishing.
Vesilind, P.A., Heine, L. G. and Morgan, S. M. (2013). Introduction to
environmental engineering. USA: Cengage.
SPECIFIC COURSE INFORMATION
a. Course Description
This course will provide the students a review of mathematical principles and chemical
engineering principles. General engineering includes basic mathematics starting a review of
algebra, trigonometry, and analytic geometry progressing to calculus, differential equations,
physics, mechanics and strength of materials.
b. Prerequisites 3rd YEAR Standing
Co-requisites NONE
c. Course Classification Required
(Required/elective/
selected elective)
SPECIFIC GOALS FOR THE COURSE
a. Course Objective
Students are expected to apply chemical and physical principles, general engineering concepts and
chemical engineering fundamentals in solving problems as a general review of the chemical
engineering course.
b. Course Outcomes
By the end of the course, the students will be able to:
1) Analyze chemical engineering problems as to its requirement given specified
conditions;
2) Provide detailed solutions in solving general engineering problems;
3) Explain basic knowledge concerning physical and chemical principles;
4) Evaluate chemical engineering problems using Perrys handbook as a source of physical
and chemical data; and
5) Reflect on personal transformations along the TIP Graduates Attributes.

c. Student Outcomes Addressed by the Course


a. apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve complex engineering
problems
b. identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems

COURSE TOPICS
Prelim Period (Weeks 16)
I. Introduction; TIP Vision and Mission; TIP Graduate Attributes/ Institutional Intended
Learning Outcomes; Program Educational Objectives/Student Outcomes; Course
Objectives/Course Intended Learning Outcomes; Course Policies
II. Mathematics Principles I ; Algebra; Trigonometry; Analytical Geometry; Differential
Calculus;
III. (Basic Sciences); Physics;

Midterm Period (Weeks 7 12)


IV. Mathematics Principles II; Integral Calculus; Differential Equations; Advanced
Mathematics; Statistics; Probability Theory;

Final Period (Weeks 13 18)


V. General Engineering Principles I; General Inorganic Chemistry; Analytical Chemistry