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In simple words, chemical engineering is a process of changing raw materials into products we use daily such as clothes, food, drinks, drugs, fertilizers, etc.
Chemical engineering involves applying chemistry, physics, biology and mathematics to either develop or create new products/materials, or improve existing processes.
This is a broad based engineering discipline as it is concerned with transforming one thing into another or creating useful materials that can help improve the society. This explains the high demand for chemical engineers across a variety of industries and professions
|STPM||Minimum 2 Principal Passes (Including Mathematics/ Physics/Chemistry) and Band 2 MUET|
|A-Level||Minimum 2 Principal Passes (Including Mathematics/ Physics/Chemistry)|
|UEC||Minimum 5B (including Mathematics and Physics/Chemistry);|
|Diploma/HND||Minimum CGPA of 2.00 and Band 2 MUET|
|Foundation/Matriculation||Minimum CGPA of 2.00 and Band 2 MUET|
|SAM/HSC/AUSMAT||TER/UAI: Average of 60% or higher in 5 subjects (Including Mathematics and Physics/ Chemistry)|
|CPU/CIMP||Minimum of 60% or higher in 6 subjects (Including Mathematics and Physics/ Chemistry)|
|IB||Minimum 26/42 points or higher based on 6 subjects including 4/7 in Mathematics and Physics/Chemistry|
|Other Qualifications||As recognised by the Senate of IUKL as equivalent to STPM|
UEC: United Examination Certificate,
HND: Higher National Diploma,
SAM: South Australian Matriculation,
HSC: Higher School Certificate,
AUSMAT: Australian Matriculation,
CPU: Canadian Pre-University,
CIMP: Canadian International Matriculation Programme,
IB: International Baccalaureate Diploma,
STPM: Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia,
SPM: Sijil Peperiksaan Malaysia
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Engineering Mathematics I, Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Engineering Mechanics, Technical & Professional Communication, Engineering Mathematics II, Analytical Chemistry, Thermodynamics, Electrical & Instrumentation Technology, Basic Science and Engineering Lab
Engineering Statistics, Chemical Engineering Thermodynamic, Material and Energy Balance, Computer Programming, Material Science, Product Design and Innovation, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Mass Transfer, Chemical Reaction Engineering I, Unit Operation, Chemical Reaction Engineering Lab, Unit Operation Lab.
Process Simulation and Computer Aided Design, OSH in Chemical Industries, Numerical Methods, Entrepreneurship for Engineers, Engineers and Society, Foreign Language –Japanese/ French/ Mandarin, Process Control and Dynamic, Chemical Reaction Engineering II, Undergraduate Research Project I, Process Engineering Economics, Introduction to Environmental Engineering, Industrial Training.
Process and Plant Design I, Undergraduate Research Project II, Separation Process, Process and Plant Design II, Process Engineering Management, Process Control and Instrumentation Lab, Elective I, Elective II, Elective III
There are a wide range of industries and sectors that need chemical engineers. This includes pharmaceutical, petrochemical, microelectronics, biomedical, information technology and energy sectors.
You may be involved in improving existing processes and creating new methods for altering materials. Plus, you may be handling chemicals and plant equipment.
There are other sectors too which need the skills of a chemical engineer including quality assurance, manufacturing and consultancy.