This degree programme offers students a range of industrial chemical manufacturing and processing technologies with the inclusion of industrial planning, powder handling and storage, safety and social impact considerations. Process safety, risk and safety tools will be a theme that infuses the whole degree from start to finish. Academic and industry experts will cover a wide range of subject areas relevant to cutting-edge research, new technologies, and emerging growth areas in chemical engineering. Subject areas covered include: engineering science and fundamentals, separation, particle technology, catalysis and reaction engineering, management, sustainability and process design, pharmaceutical discovery and development, food and beverage and bioengineering.
|Qualification name||BEng (Hons) in Chemical Engineering - University of Greenwich - Science Industry Process/Plant Engineer (Degree Apprenticeship)|
|Awarding organisation||University of Greenwich|
|Course type||Classroom based|
|Course start date||23rd September 2024|
Applicants must be employed by a sponsoring organisation. Typical entry requirements are 120 UCAS points from: • A-levels • An appropriate BTEC National award • A recognised Access to Engineering course • Other relevant qualifications, if accepted by your employer, including progression from an appropriate Level 3 apprenticeship programme • Relevant experience. • GCSE in English (language or lit) and maths at grade 4/C, or equivalent.
Multiple assessment methods are adopted within the programme including, coursework, evaluation studies, mini tests, study reports, examinations, and presentations.