Chemical Engineering

1. Program Description

  • Department/faculty: Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Applied Sciences


  • Degrees conferred: Engineer


  • Give an overview of the program: Students are equipped with creative engineering problem-solving techniques and fundamental chemical engineering knowledge for balanced skills. Lectures, laboratory experiments, and recitation sessions are designed to provide coordinated training and experience in data analysis, material property estimation for single- and multi-phase systems, basic process flow sheet, reactive and non-reactive mass balances, problem solving strategies and tools, and team dynamics.


2. Intended Program Outcomes

The student who graduates with a major in Chemical Engineering should be able to

  • Research for application of chemical products; operate manufacturing processes and management in manufacturing facilities as well as scientific research in the field.
  • Work in factories manufacturing fuels like gasoline, natural gases and propane, and in the development of new state-of-the-art clean energy systems like fuel cells, waterproof clothing, safety suits, food production.
  • Resolve environmental problems by improving the efficiency of processes or developing better processes, and monitoring and controlling environmental emissions.
  • Work in medical and pharmaceutical industries through the development of new materials and the manufacture of drugs and medical devices.
  • Have the TOEIC 500; qualified information technology, proficient some specialized softwares for using in data processing and simulation biotechnology: Excel, Hyper Chem, Chemical Office, Hysys, PRO / II, ect.


3. Degree Courses

For general, minor and elective courses, only courses mostly related to the program are listed.

3.1. General courses


3.2. Foundation courses


3.3. Major courses


3.4. Minor or elective courses

Inorganic Materials Major


Organic Materials Major


Organic Synthesis Major


3.5. Additional Courses and Requirements

  • Internship (Plant/Factory Practice)
  • Graduation thesis of research
  • English: TOEIC 500