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Chemical Engineering is about the application of knowledge from understanding how materials and chemicals interact or how they can be converted in some way to a more useful form, as part of a processing, production or refining process.
Students will gain expertise in a number of chemical engineering fields including Process Systems Analysis, Chemical Thermodynamics, Environmental and Process Risk Management and Reaction Engineering, among others.
All applicants are required to have Chemistry ATAR, with equivalents considered.
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Engineers Australia have Accredited this Major.
This professional recognition only applies when you study this Major in one of the following courses:
|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|ENS2115||Process Engineering Fundamentals||15|
|SCC1201||Chemistry: Structure and Reactions||15|
|ENS2116||Process Systems Analysis||15|
|ENS3553||Signals and Systems||15|
|ENS5556||Heat and Mass Transfer||15|
|ENS3112||Process Engineering Unit Operations||15|
|ENS5561||Minerals and Solids Processing||15|
Note: Students should check that they have completed the prerequisites for units in this major.
Chemical engineers work in a wide range of domains from mineral processing, mining, and oil and gas, through to industries associated with clothing, food, packaging, fertilisers, pharmaceuticals and many other manufacturing and biological processes. In Western Australia many chemical engineers find career opportunities in the extensive mining, mineral processing and oil and gas industries that dominate the industrial profile of the state. Chemical Engineers play a central role in both the production, refining and down stream processing in these important resource-based industries.
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