Chemical engineers design processes and systems required to scale something a chemist produces in a test tube (like plastics, pharmaceuticals and chemicals) into mass manufacturable products. All kinds of industries rely on the expertise of chemical engineers, from food and beverage processing, environmental systems, product development, computers and electrical systems, among others.
We need to produce new things faster, cleaner and smarter in order to sustain our growing population and an increasing demand on the world's natural resources.
A Chemical Engineering Minor will be of interest to Chemistry students who wish to study the problems of process engineering and its related subjects. A student completing this Minor will be able to make the important link between molecular sciences and industrial processing. This Minor will not provide Professional Engineering accreditation.
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For this program, you'll need to apply to the Faculty of Science.
See the full eligibility information for more information about deadlines and required documents for your application.