Study Chemical Engineering Degrees
Chemical engineering is the branch of engineering that is concerned with turning raw materials into useful products, for example food, drinks, metals, and beauty products. You will utilise chemistry, physics, mathematics and economics to use, transform and transport chemicals, materials and energy.
An undergraduate degree in chemical engineering will give you a foundation of knowledge in the area. You will study modules on material science, organic chemistry and physical chemistry, among others. Throughout your degree, you will develop your practical skills and theoretical knowledge, preparing you for employment.
Your degree will be delivered in a mixture of modes. These will include lectures and seminars, as well as practical and laboratory sessions. You may be required to take part in a work placement module or year.
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Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) (Honours) Bachelor Degree
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Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and Physics Double Major Degree
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Want to see postgraduate courses? See postgraduate degrees in Chemical Engineering
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