BE Degree in Chemical Engineering
|Title||BE Degree in Chemical Engineering|
|Course Type||Under Graduate – Engineering|
|Duration||8 semesters – Four Years|
|Approvals||AICTE, Govt of Karnataka|
|Accreditation(s)||NBA (2003-08, 2008-2013)|
About the course
Chemical plant processes are modularized into unit operations, with each unit governed by fundamental laws and empirical models at the foci of independent fields of study. Bachelors courses such as transfer operations, thermodynamics, reaction engineering, process control, and process design help to develop a modularized understanding of these independent fields, with the expectation that the whole process is the sum of these individual parts.
But, as process scales have changed to reduce environmental impact as well as use of non-renewable resources, good understanding of the interrelationships of these independent fields is required, which can be developed in amalgamated courses offered as local electives.
Further exposure to interdisciplinary studies as required for orientation towards evolving research and development is encouraged in the form of global electives (Group H), with our Department offering “Industrial Safety & Risk Management” to students of other programs.
Programme Educational Objectives The Chemical Engineering graduates will be able to,
- PEO 1: Exhibit knowledge of basic sciences, concepts and principles of Chemical Engineering.
- PEO 2: Comprehend, analyze, design and implement engineering systems with a focus on research, innovation and sustainability.
- PEO 3: Work in multidisciplinary team and cater to the needs of process industries with appropriate safety, health and environmental regulations.
- PEO 4: Demonstrate effective communication skills, leadership qualities and develop into successful Entrepreneurs.