With the bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, which will qualify you to practice as a technical industrial engineer, you will be able to pursue careers in design, administration and management in the chemical, pharmaceutical, agri-food and biotech industries, as well as in service companies in the water, gas and fuel industries. You will be able to participate in projects related to the transformation of matter and energy, pollution management, and testing and quality control, applying your knowledge about current regulations to ensure sustainable management.
This bachelor’s degree will entitle you to enrol for any of the master’s degree courses offered in the area of Industrial Engineering, subject to admission by the institution responsible for the degree. Students seeking to pursue a career in research may enrol for a doctoral course.
This bachelor’s degree will qualify you to practice as a technical industrial engineer.
|Study load||240 credits (including the bachelor's thesis). One credit is equivalent to a study load of 25-30 hours.|
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|Subject area||This course is part of the subject area: Industrial Engineering. We present research projects in this field and the experiences of students who are taking courses in this subject area.|
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