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CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

Chemical Engineering is bringing Chemistry in the test tube to mass production, at larger scales, through either well-defined or ill-defined geometry.  It converts raw materials into marketable products profitably, safely and sustainably by being kind to the environment.  A candidate for a chemical engineering degree has to be fluent in the fundamentals of physics, mathematics and chemistry.  With the implementation of Outcome Based Education since 2008, the programme has become more focused in its teaching and learning activities. Under the Washington Accord of equivalence in Engineering Degree qualification, we have been given accreditation from Engineering Accreditation Council, Board of Engineers Malaysia for 2018-2023.  The aim of the programme is to produce professionals of graduates in the sectors of oil and gas, manufacturing industries, agricultural produce and other related industries.  Facilities include well-equipped library, laboratories and simulation software.  Linkage with industry has ensured that the program is relevant and up to date.

Job Opportunities

Chemical engineers are also known as universal engineers, they are employed in a wide range of industries. Many of our alumni are currently working in sectors of oil and gas, biotechnology (biomass and biofuel), manufacturing and processing, wastewater and waste treatment.  They have gone into design, consultancy, certification, plant management, plant operation and sales.  The starting basic salary ranges from RM2,500 to RM5,000 per month subject to the company and sector.
 
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COURSE TO PO MAPPING | 2020