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Best Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) Degree Accredited by Board of Engineers Malaysia at Curtin University Sarawak

Choose to Study Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical Engineering) Degree Course in Malaysia at the Top Ranked Curtin University Sarawak

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The Department of Chemical Engineering at Curtin University Sarawak Campus brings together staff and students with multicultural and international environment.

It is the place for undergraduate and postgraduate studies, where the students would find an exciting environment with excellent and outstanding teaching and research facilities while enjoying a fee structure which is extremely reasonable by international standards.

Curtin University Sarawak’s vision is to bridge chemical engineering and sciences into industrial practice. The Department of Chemical Engineering has been expanding significantly and continues to undergo great changes to ensure that the latest research development is integrated into teaching and learning activities.

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A number of competitive research grants from Government and Industries have been secured by Curtin University Sarawak staff. Research collaborations have been established not only with local industries and academic institutions but also internationally.

Curtin ranks among the top 100 universities in the world for Chemical Engineering according to the 2012 QS World University Rankings by Subject? Did you also know that Curtin Sarawak was the first institution in Malaysia to be awarded the prestigious MacNab Medal by IChemE, UK?

Collaborators Department of Chemical Engineering at Curtin University Sarawak

The following industries and academics institutions have been contributed positively to our Teaching & Learning, Research

& Development as well as Consultancy activities. Particularly, we acknowledge a continuous and strong support from Department of Chemical Engineering, Curtin’s Perth campus.

Supports and collaborations from other parties are also acknowledged and highly appreciated including:

  • Bintulu Lumber Development Sdn. Bhd.
  • Laku Management Sdn. Bhd.
  • Malaysian Palm Oil Board
  • Samling
  • Sarawak Oil Palm Bhd.
  • Sarawak Shell Bhd.
  • Shin Yang Plywood
  • Syarikat SESCO Bhd.
  • Curtin University of Technology, Perth Campus
  • Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
  • Universiti Teknologi Petronas
  • Texas A&M University, USA

The Chemical Engineering degree course at Curtin University Sarawak is fully accredited by Board of Engineers Malaysia, Engineers Australia and IChemE

 

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Engineering First Year (EFY) program at Curtin University Sarawak

The Engineering First Year (EFY) program prepares students to enter their second year in their chosen engineering discipline.

EFY students learn mechanics, materials and electrical systems which provides a good physical understanding in order to design engineering solutions for the physical world. Engineering solutions also require a mathematical and logical mind.

This aspect will be trained in the two engineering mathematics unit and one programming unit offered in the year.

Even the best engineering mind does not work in isolation. Now, more important than ever, engineers are expected to perform in teams and communicate with technical and non-technical people. In semester one and semester two of EFY, we put students into multi-cultural groups to design, build and present engineering solutions.

These Problem Based Learning (PBL) approaches simulate the engineer’s working environment and better prepares student for their studies and the rigours of the working world.

One of the strengths of the EFY program is students have the chance to change their course before entering second year. From my own experience, many students enter the first year without a clear understanding of their chosen engineering discipline.

With the EFY program, students have one year to meet with senior students, academics and industry partners who can give a clearer and accurate sense of the many engineering discipline offered in Curtin Sarawak. The student can then make the right choice in his or her career.

Student engineers who complete the EFY have demonstrated competence in engineering knowledge, worked in teams and communicated engineering designs. They are ready and able to continue their second year studies and in a few years transition from student engineer to graduate engineer.

Course Structure 2015 (Normal Intake)

Year 2 Semester 1 Units Credits
ENGR2000 Fluid Mechanics 25.0
CHEM1000 Principles and Processes in Chemistry 25.0
CHEN2002 Process Heat Transfer 25.0
CHEN2000 Process Principles 25.0
100.0
Year 2 Semester 2 Units Credits
CHEN2001 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 25.0
CHEM1002 Reactivity and Function in Chemistry 25.0
CHEN2003 Process Mass Transfer 25.0
CHEN2004 Process Engineering and Analysis 25.0
100.0
Year 3 Semester 1 Units Credits
ENEN2000 Engineering Sustainable Development 12.5
CHEN3010 Reaction Engineering 25.0
CHEN3002 Process Modelling and Simulation 25.0
CHEN3009 Fluid and Particle Processes 25.0
WSEN3001
CHEN4013
Optional Unit
Wastewater Treatment Processes
Petroleum Processing
 12.5
100.0
Year 3 Semester 2 Units Credits
CHEN3000 Process Plant Engineering 25.0
CHEN3001 Transport Phenomena 25.0
CHEN3003 Process Synthesis and Design 25.0
CHEN3005 Process Instrumentation and Control 25.0
100.0
Year 4 Semester 1 Units Credits
CHEN4000 Research Project 1 25.0
CHEN4001 Process Safety and Risk Management 25.0
CHEN4012 Advanced Separation Processes 25.0
CHEN4003
CHEN4011
CHEN4004
Optional Unit
Advanced Process Integration
Advanced Modelling and Control
Computational Fluid Dynamics
 25.0
100.0
Year 4 Semester 2 Units Credits
CHEN4002 Research Project 2 25.0
CHEN4002 Process Economics and Management 25.0
CHEN4015 Design Project 50.0
100.0

 

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