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Undergraduate Degree Programme Details


Programmes

 

BEng

 

MEng






UCAS code
& Title
  H800
Chemical Engineering
  H801
Chemical Engineering
  H802
Chemical Engineering
with Study Abroad
  H816
Chemical with
Biochemical Engineering


 
 
 

Year 1

 

Introduction to Chemical Engineering

Transport Processes

Thermodynamics

Engineering Experimentation

Physical Chemistry for Chemical Engineers

Mathematics

Options (2)






Year 2

 

Process Engineering

Computer Aided Process Engineering

Process Heat Transfer

Mass Transfer Operations

Particulate Systems and Separation Processes

Experimentation

Mathematics

Option (1)

 
Optional BEng Year in Industry





Year 3

 

Process Dynamics and Control

Chemical Reaction Engineering

Transport Processes

Financial Aspects of Project Engineering and Contracting

Design Project

 

Option (1)

Advanced Materials

Language option or Advanced Materials

Advanced Materials

  Graduation      
     

Optional MEng Year in Industry






Year 4

  

Research Project

Advanced Process Engineering

Advanced Process Modelling and Design

Project Management

Options (2)

Study Abroad:

Study in Australia

or

Study in France

or

Study in North America

or

Research Project Abroad

Integrated Downstream Processing

Design and Control of Biochemical Reactors

Applied Cell and Molecular Biology

Bioprocess Validation and Quality Control

Integrated Biochemical Engineering Design

Bioprocess Design and Implementation

Metabolic Pathways and Their Regulation

either

General Biochemistry

or

General Biochemistry of Health

    Graduation Graduation Graduation

 

General Information
The table on the left shows the current structure of our undergraduate programmes for 2013-14.

The first two years are common to all programmes. Specialisation starts in year 3. BEng students graduate at the end of year 3 whilst MEng students continue into year 4. This means that decisions on which degree and which specialisation to take may be left until the end of the second year.

Please note that the degree structures and modules shown below are for the 2013-14 academic year. The modules are subject to change for students starting in future years and the optional modules may be subject to change due to timetabling restrictions.
 
Instructions:
For overviews of the programmes, or for information on a particular year of study or details of a module, click on the appropriate blue programme title, year, or module in the table and the information will appear here.