MSc Chemical Engineering and Process Management explores topics required for a successful career as a chemical engineer. You'll study process management and how this relates to chemical engineering, which is increasingly required in chemicals and petrochemical plants along with solid knowledge in reactor design, process simulation, and the numerous unit operations that take place.
The course has been developed in response to these industry needs and it reflects our strength in research and teaching in this area.
If you already have a first degree in chemical engineering you can gain more in-depth knowledge in this discipline as well as explore broader issues through specialist modules relating to project management, the chemical industry, and sustainability. Academic staff in the Division of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering are very research activities in areas such as greener energy, multiphase flow, materials and catalytic reactions.
If you do not have a chemical engineering degree but graduated from a closely related engineering discipline, this course offers you a platform to study chemical engineering and opens a career path for you in the chemical industry.
|Full-time||1 year||September||Southwark Campus|
|Part-time||2 years||September||Southwark Campus|
- Engineering management for chemical engineers
- Advanced reaction engineering
- Energy management and sustainability
- Materials engineering
- Multiphase fluid flow
Plus one option from:
- Applied engineering practice
- Chemical process management
All modules except the dissertation are assessed by a combination of examinations and written coursework assignments.
Bachelor degree equivalent to UK Second Class Honours Lower Division in a physical science, engineering or another relevant technological discipline. We particularly welcome overseas and EU applicants with relevant qualifications.
All modules are subject to change by the university and may differ from the modules you are offered during your studies.
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Last updated September 8, 2018