Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Process)
Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
Queensland University of Technology
A process engineer develops and optimises industrial processes to make the huge range of products on which modern society depends. This includes oil and gas, water, pharmaceuticals, food and beverages, paper and sugar. Process engineers have an understanding of the chemistry and physics required for these processes, the related equipment and how to integrate many individual operations into an integrated factory.
Process engineers typically work in either large consulting firms in head offices where the design occurs, or onsite in factories. In Australia, process engineering is the destination career for chemical engineering graduates.
Explore your options
Your engineering degree features common units in the first year that combine broad foundation principles with a wide range of major choices, giving you flexibility and options before you choose your career specialisation.
Why choose this course?
By studying process engineering at QUT you'll have a qualification that is highly recognised by industry, with more training around business skills to prepare you for the real world financial environment in which industry operates. Your learning of chemistry, maths and physics will be applied to the energy and materials sectors of the economy. You'll also develop project management and leadership skills to approach complex and multidisciplinary problems. You'll have access to opportunities for site visits, work integrated learning and research projects.
As part of our commitment to diverse and real world learning, our mobility tours give you the opportunity to visit sites overseas. Visits have previously included Germany and Scandinavia.
- Start date 23-JUL-2018
- Duration 4 years
- International Cost AUD $35000 per year
- Qualification Bachelor degree
- Study mode Full time