Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering in Vancouver in Canada

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Master-level studies involve specialized study in a field of research or an area of professional practice. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates a higher level of mastery of the subject. Earning a master’s degree can take anywhere from a year to three or four years. Before you can graduate, you usually must write and defend a thesis, a long paper that is the culmination of your specialized research.

A Master’s in Chemical Engineering will allow students to implement on a large scale discoveries made by the health and industrial sectors. It introduces a wide array of analysis, concepts of systems and advanced chemical processes related to industries that require chemical engineering expertise.

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Master of Engineering in Chemical and Biological Engineering

University of British Columbia - Faculty of Applied Science
Campus Full time 12 - 16 months September 2018 Canada Vancouver

The Department has opened applications to its course based Master of Engineering (MEng) degree program. The Master of Engineering is a course-based program designed for engineers wishing to upgrade their training. During this 12-16 month program, students take a prescribed set of courses. [+]

The Department has opened applications to its course based Master of Engineering (MEng) degree program. The Master of Engineering is a course-based program designed for engineers wishing to upgrade their training. During this 12-16 month program, students take a prescribed set of courses.

Course Requirements

The MEng is not a research degree and is intended primarily for candidates who have work experience in addition to a bachelor's degree in Chemical and Biological Engineering. The degree requires 30 credits of advanced coursework, which are divided as follows:

12 credits of CHBE 500 level fundamental courses. Additional 6 credits of CHBE 500 level courses OR MEng report. The remaining 12 credits may be chosen from CHBE or non-CHBE (Engineering & Science) courses. For the non-CHBE courses, 6 credits at the 300 or 400 level will be permitted. CHBE courses include IWME, GBPR and CEEN courses. ... [-]

Master of Applied Science in Chemical and Biological Engineering

University of British Columbia - Faculty of Applied Science
Campus Full time September 2018 Canada Vancouver

Chemical and Chemical & Biological engineers create and develop processes to change raw materials into the products that society depends on; food, chemicals, fuels, energy, metals, pharmaceuticals, paper, plastics, and personal care products. Chemical and process engineers help to manage natural resources, protect the environment, control health and safety procedures and recycle materials while developing and managing the processes which make the products we use. [+]

Chemical and Chemical & Biological engineers create and develop processes to change raw materials into the products that society depends on; food, chemicals, fuels, energy, metals, pharmaceuticals, paper, plastics, and personal care products. Chemical and process engineers help to manage natural resources, protect the environment, control health and safety procedures and recycle materials while developing and managing the processes which make the products we use.

The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering was established in 1999 at UBC and reflects the growing need for engineers in the fields of biotechnology, biomedical and bio-resource engineering. At present, there are 24 full-time faculty members in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, together with a support staff of 17.... [-]