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Designed for students interested in chemical engineering.
This course will extend your knowledge in the fields of chemical thermodynamics, environmental and process risk management, minerals and solids processing, among others.
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|Unit Code||Unit Title||Credit Points|
|ENS6166||Process Engineering Fundamentals||15|
|ENS5556||Heat and Mass Transfer||15|
|ENS6167||Process Systems Analysis||15|
|ENS5161||Environmental and Process Risk Management||15|
|ENS5561||Minerals and Solids Processing||15|
|ENS6170||Process Engineering Unit Operations||15|
Note: Where a student has completed the equivalent of one or more of the above units in prior undergraduate level studies at an appropriate level, the Course Coordinator may, in some cases, consider substitutions with other available units. Students should consult with their course coordinator to see whether this is possible.
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