Chemical Engineering and Management
Chemical engineering and management is a multidisciplinary field that combines the principles of chemical engineering and management to optimise the design, development, and operation of chemical processes and systems. The course at TEPE covers topics such as process design, process control, operations management, and project management, as well as providing students with the tools and skills necessary to analyse and solve complex problems in the chemical industry. Year 4 students have the option to pursue an exchange study, a research project, or an internship programme to further enhance their learning experience.
Our faculty members are highly qualified and experienced. They are dedicated to delivering a comprehensive education, hands-on experience, and access to state-of-the-art facilities and equipment to our students. Through a combination of lectures, laboratory work, and real-world case studies, students will gain a solid understanding of the key concepts and practices of chemical engineering and management, and will be well-prepared for a career in the field.
Selected subjects in this course
Chemical Process Engineering
Industrial Waste Treatment
The curriculum is wating for approval from university council. The study plan may be slightly changed from here.
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