BS Chemical Engineering
The Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering is a four-year degree programme. The first two years of Chemical Engineering provide a solid foundation in basic sciences such as physics, math, and chemistry, as well as an overview of what Chemical Engineers do and the fundamentals of Chemical Engineering (Mass and Energy Balances and Thermodynamics.) Students take more advanced Chemistry classes including Physical and Analytical Chemistry in their third year, as well as essential Chemical Engineering subjects like Momentum Transfer, Separations, and Reactor Design. All of this is covered in high-level technical electives, Process Control, Capstone Lab, and Capstone Design courses during the senior year. Students apply what they've learned in earlier Chemical Engineering courses to real-world team projects and presentations in the lab and design class. Chemical Engineering and Biomolecular Engineering are two areas of specialization in the Chemical Engineering specialty program. Each area is founded on a solid foundation in Chemical Engineering, however the technical electives in the Biomolecular specialization are primarily focused on bio-applied processing and technology.
- Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
- Cell biology
- Biomolecular Engineering
- Environmental management
- Fluid mechanics
- Industrial chemistry
- Heat, mass, and momentum
- Petroleum engineering
- Separation processes
- Intermediate (pre-engineering, ICOM,ICS or equivalent).
- 50% marks in previous degree.
- Passing marks in Entry test.
Candidates with a Chemical Engineering degree have a wide range of career options. Jobs can be found in industrial facilities and refineries, offices, laboratories, pharmaceutical firms, and other places. Along with working for private companies, one can also work for the government.
Chemical engineers’ demand has risen as the field’s importance in nanotechnology and bioengineering has grown. That’s why, in practically every business, demand for chemical engineers is constantly greater than supply, from plastics to iron and steel, cosmetics to pharmaceuticals.
Some chemical engineers create innovative procedures and designs. Some people build instruments and equipment, while others plan and operate those same facilities. Chemical engineers have contributed to the advancement of atomic science, polymers, paper, dyes, pharmaceuticals, plastics, fertilizers, meals, and petrochemicals, among other things.