Students for 2013 fall intake should register before Sep.15.
Why choose to study this program?
The program is aimed to cultivate qualified personnel with advanced chemistry technology and engineering knowledge to meet the requirement of modern chemical industry. Through the all-round morality, intellectuality and physical fitness training and engineering training on production of chemicals, materials, fuels, and pollution control, the graduates will be able to contribute to chemical factories in design, construction, operation and management areas, and be capable of doing technology development and application research. ( It opens only when there are over 10 applicants for this program.)
Inorganic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Functional Polymer, Instrumental Analysis, Chemical Experiments, Chemical Technology, Chemical Safety Engineering, Principles of Chemical Engineering, Chemical Equipment, Chemistry of Fine Chemical Production, Chemical Engineering Instrument & Automation, Oil Refinery Technology, Introduction to Environment Engineering, etc.
Internship and Career Development
Chemical engineers can specialize in production of chemicals, materials, fuels, and pollution control. They also can move into other areas such as entrepreneurship and consulting or engineering sales which involves the service and testing for various types of equipment in the industry.
- Bachelor of Engineering
- Further Study: Graduates with bachelor degree in chemical engineering enjoy an advantage when proceeding further study and applying for a master degree in the leading technological areas such as polymer material, environmental protection, energy engineering, petroleum processing, fertilizer industry, etc. One third of the undergraduates can be admitted to master degree program. Those who have excellent performance during undergraduate study can excuse from examination and directly go on postgraduate study.
Applicants must be high school graduate with a good command of English.