Bachelor’s degree programme 6.05302, Chemical Engineering

Qualification awarded: 
Bachelor of Chemical Engineering
Level of qualification : 
Bachelor
Specific admission requirements: 
None; enrollment is held on general conditions of entry
Specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning: 
None
Key learning outcomes: 

1. Subject area knowledge

  • Basic ideas of the structure, control, and optimization of a technological process; selection and calculation for effective consumption of materials.
  • Principles of development of technological schemes and those of the procedure of work planing, choice of equipment and tools for the process of production.
  • Formulation of the tasks for scientific investigations concerning the creation of modern mechanical equipment of a certain purpose.
  • Fundamentals of construction and operation of mechanical equipment of chemical and building materials industries.
  • Principles of mathematical modeling and shaping of objects.
  • Methods and means of engineering and computer graphics.

2.Cognitive skills

  • Ability to use professional-profiled knowledge and practical skills from fundamental subjects in processes of operation of equipment for chemical production and for development of new kinds of equipment.
  • Ability to apply knowledge and understanding for solving qualitative and quantitative problems.
  • Skills in investigating heat- and mass exchange processes in chemical apparatus.
  • Skills in determining and application of the science about measures systems.
  • Skills in written and oral presentation of scientific and practical material.

3.Practical skills

  • Skills in operating the equipment for chemical production.
  • Skills in the use of special software for controlling the operation of equipment.
  • Skills in work with specialized measuring devices.

4. General skills and comprehension

  • Using main achievements of Ukrainian and World cultures, to be able to analyze past and to-day’s heritages of culture, problems and tendencies of the development of Ukraine and World society.
  • Using knowledge of fundamentals of psychology, fundamentals of economic theory, to master means of modern management taking into account the peculiarities of relations between members of working team.
  • Skills of communication, including oral and written communication in Ukrainian and, at least, one of the main European languages.
  • Skills of interaction with other people, skills of working in teams.
  • Ability to apply the obtained knowledge in practice.
  • Ability to self-study and continuing professional development.
  • Skills in organizing own activity and effective time management.
Occupational profiles of graduates with examples: 
Areas of study for the Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering are technologies of chemical productions and application of apparatus for these technologies; techniques of the use of system-analytical investigations; general aspects which ensure continuous work of equipment; technology and tools for different kinds of preventive maintenance.
Professional profile: machines, processes, and apparatus for chemical productions.
Work in research institutes and establishments of chemical industry and in enterprises of building materials production. Development of production forms and records to the designed equipment, wiring, setting-up, testing, and putting a prototype machine into operation.
Access to further studies: 
The Bachelor in Chemical Engineering can continue his/her training in a university in the second level of higher education (Master) in the field of machines, processes, and apparatus for chemical productions.
Examination regulations, assessment and grading: 
Provisional regulation on knowledge estimation and recognition of student’s rating in the credite-module system of training.
Graduation requirements: 
Completed training curriculum amounting to 237 credits, successfully defensed Bachelor's qualification work.
Mode of study: 
Full-time training
Programme director: 
Associate prof. Vasyl P. Duleba candidate of technical sciences