Course Description: Thermodynamics tells us if a transformation or process can be expected to occur. Transport phenomena, often tells us how fast it will occur. In the fall semester of this course, momentum transfer was the primary topic. This semester the topic will be heat and mass transfer. Generally, the focus will begin with the fundamental equations of transport on the microscale (with large continua of molecules, but smaller than any geometric scale of the system), which are then integrated mathematics of the solution procedures. Considerable effort will be spent on developing a strong understanding of transport processes so that the ideas can be applied to the many different systems that students will encounter, when they are no longer students.