Students should have gained the following information and abilities by the time they graduate:
The analysis, design, and synthesis of products and processes in a variety of areas, such as chemical and petrochemical processes.
The ability to understand and apply maths and science, to research concepts and apply modelling methods, and to simulate and test working conditions and their impact on the designed systems.
An understanding of the basic principles of Chemical Engineering.
The ability to determine the source of issue within a certain problem using both mathematical methods and logic.
An understanding of the role of assumptions.
The ability to abstract general principles from example.
Problem-solving and modelling skills.
Techniques for solving problems expressed in mathematical or paragraph forms.
The ability to create graphs and charts from mathematical and paragraph form problems.
The ability to formulate a mathematical expression regarding a certain problem.
The ability to write and present a coherent laboratory report.
The ability to present a lab work or research in front of specialists from the field and other fields.
The ability to be and work within groups to solve complicated issues regarding chemical engineering processes.
Reading and research skills:
Sufficient experience in mathematical, English and logic languages and foundational material to be well-prepared to extend one’s engineering knowledge further through independent reading.
Exposure to the experience of carrying on a research project regarding a particular chemical engineering topic, implying what have been tough all over the four studying years.