Chemical Engineering Graduate Program
The following graduate programs are actively offered in the Chemical Engineering department
MASTER OF SCIENCE (MSc)
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (PhD)
Graduate Program Objectives
As the objectives of the graduate programs in the Department of Chemical Engineering, the graduates of the program are expected to:
1. Apply advanced mathematical, scientific and engineering principles in design, operation, research and development of chemical processes.
2. Engage in adopting and developing new technology.
3. Demonstrate skills in critical analysis of engineering problems.
4. Demonstrate communication and technical leadership skills.
5. Demonstrate ethical and professional standards in their industrial and/or academic practice.
Graduate Program Outcomes
As the outcomes of the graduate programs in the Department of Chemical Engineering, the students on completion of the program are expected to:
1. Apply knowledge of advanced mathematics, science, and engineering principles in solving chemical engineering problems.
2. Have the ability to engage in life-long learning.
3. Apply state-of-the-art software and simulation packages.
4. Conduct independent research.
5. Conduct research experiments and interpret and model the data.
6. Function and work with others in multidisciplinary teams.
7. Communicate effectively orally and in writing.
8. Apply safety rules in the work place.
9. Be aware of professional and ethical responsibilities in the workplace.
10. Recognize environmental and societal impact of engineering decisions.
11. Recognize contemporary issues related to the profession.