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PROGRAM OUTPUTS

The following educational outcomes have been set by the department in support of the stated objectives:

 

Outcome 1:

The department  graduates  will have a proper knowledge in the fundamentals of mathematics, chemistry and physics. The department graduates will also have a proper knowledge in the major areas of chemical engineering: conservation balances, equilibrium, separation processes, reaction engineering, process design, and process dynamics and control. They will have also proper knowledge in elective engineering subjects such as materials science, petroleum refining,engineering projects management, process economics, water treatment and desalination, and environmental issues.

   
Outcome 2:

The department graduates will have the capability to design, run safely, gather and analyze experimental data relative to chemical engineering problems.

   
Outcome 3:

The department graduates will have the capability  to design a  process, either as a part or as a whole, while  taking into consideration, ethical, safety, economical and environmental factors.

   
Outcome 4:

The department graduates will have the capability  to work effectively alone or as a part of  multidisciplinary teams.

   
Outcome 5:

The department graduates will have the capability to formulate and solve practical chemical engineering problems.

   
Outcome 6:

The department graduates will have the capability  to  appreciate the ethics of the profession of  chemical engineering and its  importance on local and global scales.

   
Outcome 7:

The department graduates will have the capability  to write correct and coherent technical reports and make effective oral presentations.

   
Outcome 8:

The department graduates  will have a project  tailored to  their interests or  to their  professional  goals.

   
Outcome 9:

The department graduates  will  have self learning skills to ensure life long learning.

   
Outcome 10:

The department graduates will have the capability, through elective courses, of   knowledge of advances in contemporary issues related to chemical engineering or  to other engineering or science fields.

   
Outcome 11:

The department graduates will have the capability  to select  the appropriate  numerical methods and use computers  to solve chemical engineering problems.