Chemistry 6 creditsThe course is designed for chemical
engineering major. The topics explore chemistry at
a greater depth and with more emphasis on concepts, problems, and
include significant figures, thermochemistry, gases, quantum theory and
structure of atoms, periodic relationships, chemical bonding, chemical
-reduction reaction, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acids and bases,
states, synthetic polymer materials, electrochemistry.
Chemistry Laboratory 2
creditsFollowing the progress of the course of chemistry, introduce
chemical engineering students
to learn basically operations and techniques for several kinds of devices.
laboratory experiments include the determination of COD, the determination
nitrogen volume, the synthesis of complex, the determination of redox
pressure, the determination the solubility, rates of chemical reactions,
and the preparation of Nylon-6, 6. This course is designed to train
students how to use their
brain and hands simultaneously and to settle down their science concepts.
Industrial Safety and Hygiene 2
creditsThis course is design to introduce the student to concept of the
importance of industrial safety
and health with emphasis on the ability of dealing with accidents. Topics
organization of industrial safety , analysis of Accident ,industrial health
Computer Programming 2 creditsAn introduction to
basic computer concept, programming, data types, flow of control,
functions, subroutine, arrays, strings, files, and applications
Introduction to Chemical Engineering 3 credits
This course introduces students the fundamentals of chemical Engineering
Courses will help
students realize the various applications chemical engineering and the
development. The course will also provide the professional knowledge and
on chemical engineers.
Applications of Computer in Chemical Engineering 3
Review of basic computer concept algorithm and data structures interface of
IBM PC VISUAL
BASIC computer application in chemical engineering.
Organic Chemistry 6 creditsFundamentals of structure and
properties of carbon compounds. Emphasis on reaction
mechanisms, synthesis, stereochemistry, as well as chemical and spectroscopic
Organic Chemistry Laboratory 1 creditPreparation,
isolation , purification and identification of organic compounds techniques
such as vacuum distillation, liquid chromatography, spectroscopic analysis,
atmosphere conditions are emphasized.
Physical Chemistry 6 credits
This course deals with the principle of chemistry, structure and properties of
the matter matical and physical methods. Topics include the kinetic theory of
laws of thermodynamics, physical equilibrium (phase equilibria ), chemical
solutions, electrochemistry, chemical kinetics, quantum mechanics,
phenomena and transport properties etc.
Physical Chemistry Laboratory 2
creditsThis course is to train students by experimental techniques and
the principles of physical
chemistry, and to become familiar with laboratory apparatus. Both the
phenomena and data
results of experiments are explained and treated.
Material and Energy Balance 3
creditsThe course introduces the material and energy balances of the
chemical process. Students
learn to define the system, practice the conservation law of mass and energy,
and look up
handbook for necessary information.
Unit Operations and Transport Phenomena 12
creditsThis course contents Fluid mechanics, Heat transfer and its
application, Mass transfer and
its application and Operations involving particulate solids.
Engineering Mechanics 2
creditsAn introduction to solid mechanics for frame structures and the
stress, strain and the
deformation of the chemical unit equipments. The topics include basic concept
stress, force balance, statics, dynamics and the stress analysis.
Electromechanical Engineering 2
creditsAn introduction of the basis principles of the eletromagnetic
theories. Topic include the
characteristics, theories and control algorithms of the various electrical
transformers. The objectives of the course are to allow chemical engineering
students understand the principles of electrical and mechanical devices.
Engineering Mathematics(1) 3
creditsThis course introduces students of engineering to those areas of
mathematics which are
important in connection with practical engineering problems. The material in
is arrange accordingly in four parts: (1) Fist-order, second-order and higher
equations. (2) Systems of differential equations. (3) Series solutions of
and special function. (4) Laplace transforms.
Engineering Mathematics(2) 3
creditsHis course introduces students of engineering to those areas of
mathematics which are
important in connection with practical engineering problems. The material in
this course is
arrange accordingly in four parts: (1) Linear algebra. (2) vector differential
calculus.(3)Fourier analysis.(4)Partial differential equation.
Polymer Chemistry 3
creditsThis course is concerned primarily with the synthesis ,
properties, and technology of synthetic
polymers . Topics include polymerization , structure and properties ,
characterization , and
properties of commercial polymers.
Electrochemistry 3 credits
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to principles of
electrochemistry and its
applications. In the principles which includes ionic interaction, ionic
equilibrium, the conducting
properties of electrolytes, interfacial phenomena, electrode potentials,
electrochemical cells and
electrode kinetic process. For the application covers determination of
physical parameters in
the solutions, electroanalytical techniques, electroplating, electrochemical
finishing, metal corrosion prevention, cells, electrodialysis, and
General Biology 3 credits
A one-term introductory course intended for students interesting in modern
life science. This
course will cover topics in energy and life, cellular and molecular biology,
structure and function of plant and animal, and transmission genetics.
Principles of evolution
and ecology will also be covered.
Instrumental Analysis 3 creditsInstruments are the tools for
gathering qualitative and quantitative information about the
composition and structure of matter, students must develop an understanding of
these tools and
how they are used to solve analytical problems.
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics 4
creditsThis course is designed as an introductory course in
thermodynamics of chemical engineering.
Topics include the first and second law of thermodynamics, open and closed
properties of materials, generalied correlations with real fluids and
Emphasis is placed on the chemical potential and its use in phase equilibria
and chemical reaction
Chemical Technology Laboratory 2 creditsThis
laboratory course is designated to acquaint the student with the experiment
methods of practical
instrument and apparatus. It contains the following topics: physical
techniques, analytical methods in environmental science, biochemical methods
surface chemistry, emulsification techniques, electrochemistry, and organic
Transport Phenomena 6 creditsThe course introduces
the principles of the chemical process and discusses the momentum, heat and
mass transport phenomena. And its application to the chemical unit operation
and reaction engineering.
Studies on Special Topics 1 creditA
course allows students collect and oranize literature information and them
design their own
experiments. An independent research capability can be developed through out
this learning process.
Chemical Reaction Engineering 3 credits
The subjects of the course include 1) fundamental theories of chemical
kinetics and reaction
mechanisms, 2) kinetic data collection and manipulation, 3) design equations
for ideal reactors,
4) discussions on nonideal reactors, and 5) nonhomogeneous catalytic
Instrumental Analysis Laboratory 1 creditInstruments
are the tools for research, analysis and process control. The student is
to spend as much time as possible in outside reading, directing this
toward gaining a broad, fundamental
appreciation for the usefulness of instrumental methods.
Applied Microbial Industries 3
creditsThis course introduces the general concepts of Bioscience and
Biotechnique Especially, it aims on Applied
Microbiology, such as the fundamental knowledge of the characteristics and
classification, Mechanisms of
fermentations, general biochemistry, the microbial biocatalysts,
Fermented-foods, Applied Microbial
Industries etc. In addition, it includes genetics, Special uses of Bionics,
and describes the reaction between
Biotechnology and Chemical Industries, among them, it cares with the
protection of Environmental.
Electroplating Engineering 3 credits
Electroplating engineering is a course of specially designed wet processes for
surface finishing of metals,
plastics and ceramics substrate. It consist of basic electrochemistry,
pretreatment and after treatment for
plating, commercial plating. Anodizing of aluminum, chemical plating on
metals, plastics and ceramics,
plating engineering, environmental waste treatment, process and quality
control, Hull cell testing, additives
Fabrication Technology of Semiconductor Devices 3
creditsAn introduction to the semiconductor manufacturing process.
Courses include diffusion, microlithography
Biochemical Engineering 3 creditsIn combination
of biotechnology and chemical engineering to learn cell incubation, enzyme
bioreactor operation, and product separation, etc.
Surface Chemistry 3
creditsThe course describes the foundamental principles and the
application of Surface Chemistry, which is
concentrated in following three major fields: (1) The surface tension,
thermodynamics of the liquids and
their related electrical properties, wetting, cleaning, emulsification and
foaforming. (2) The surface chemistry
of solid state emphasizes the formation of a solid surface, its
characterzation, the liquid-solid contact angle,
the adsorption, and the adhesion phenomena on molecular basis. (3) The
interfacial phenomena at the
solid-gas interface, the adsorption of gas or vapor on the solid surface, the
chemistry of adsorption and the
Catalytic Chemistry 3 creditsThis course explores the
principles and applications of catalysts for the environmentally benign
processes. Topics include the concepts in chemical structure and reactivity of
catalyst, catalyst preparation,
catalyst characterization, and micro kinetic analysis of catalytic processes.
The principles are illustrated with
catalytic cycles, reaction mechanisms, catalyst structures, and kinetics.
Additionally, we emphasis on
applications of catalysis in solution, enzymes, solid and surfaces, within the
molecular-scale cages of zeolites
and sieves, the most important industrial catalysts.
Polymer Properties and
Processings 3 CreditsThe unique features of polymers are
introduced. Special emphasis is given to the structuring effects of
processing on polymer morphology and properties.
Application of Computer(1) 3
Credits The course introduces the basic operating skills of the window
system and the application software such as
word processors (MS WORD) spreadsheet calculators (Excel) and the
prestation media (Power Point ).
Environmental Engineering 3Credits
This course introduces the technology of environmemtal pollution prevention.
It investigates the way to
control air, water, soil, noise and thermal pollutions according to various
gas, liquid, solid, noise and
radioactive pollution sources. The content of this course involves the unit
operation and design for
environmental engineering concerned equipments. It also introduce the
combination of bioreactors,
operation and use of these reactors for the application to environmental
Introduction to Material Science 3
This course introduces the fabrication and performance of various materials
as well as the relationships
that exist between the chemical bonding, structures and properties of
materials. It covers the following
topics: Atomic Structures and Interatomic Bonding; Structure of
Crystalline Solids; Imperfections and
Diffusion in Solids; Phase Diagrams and Phase Transformations; Applications
and Processing of Metal
and Alloys; Structures, Properties, Applications and Processing of Ceramics;
Applications and Processing of Polymers; Composites; Mechanical Properties of
Properties of Materials; Thermal Properties of Materials; Magnetic Properties
of Materials; Optical
Properties of Materials; Corrosion and Degradation of Materials;
Semiconductors, Biomaterials, Advanced
Materials, Smart Materials and Nanotechnology; Environmental Issues in
Materials Science and Engineering;
Materials Selection and Design Considerations.
Industrial Catalyst 3 Credits
Studies of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, with emphasis on
industrial applications. Catalytic
processes, engineering problems, catalysts preparation, deactivation and
regeneration also discussed.
Pollution Prevention 3Credits
This course introduces the waste sources from chemical and This course
introduces the waste sources
from chemical and other industries. And the course will cover the techniques
for waste recycle and reduction.
Furthermore, the final goal is to design a cleaner technology process for
achieving the waste minimization and
Fine Chemicals 3 Credits
An introductory course focuses on high added value chemicals. The scope of
fine chemicals includes
surfactants, plastic additives, catalysts, pesticides, flavors & fragrances,
dyes & pigments, bulk medicinal, etc.
Topics concerning about the manufacturing processes, application principles
and recent developments of fine
chemicals are also discusses in this course.
Seminar 2 Credits Invited speakers from different disciplines
give speech in their specialized area. Thus students can broaden
their eyesight and also keep updating the technology and its applications of
Chemical Engineering Laboratory 2 Credits
A laboratory course practices the theories of the unit operation, process
control and dynamic simulators.
Process Control 3 Credits
This course contents the introduction of control valve and controller,
process dynamics, close loop control
system, tuning of feedback controller, frequency response techniques, and
cascade control system.
Process Design 3 Credits Application of chemical engineering
science techniques to design of chemical processes. Comprehensive
problems are assigned which include heat, material and economic balances,
unit operations and processes,
kinetics and thermodynamics. The major responsibility is placed on individuals
or small groups for the
optimum design and selection of equipment, and for the calculations of
required sizes, plant layout, and
Special Topics on Unit Operations 6 Credits
Special topics on unit operation are an advance course designed for chemical
engineering unit operations.
It consist of characteristics of fluid and its application, high pressure and
vacuum formation, power and super
fine powder processing, heat transfer and its application, furnaces and
refraction, mechanical separation process
(include membrane separation), mass transfer and its application,
specially for distillation extraction
(include SCE), absorption and adsorption, crystallization and drying.
Equilibrium 2 Credits The objectives of this course are to apply
principles of thermodynamics in practical chemical processes. The
contents of the curricula are 1) estimation of the thermodynamic and transport
properties of fluids and solids,
2) vapor-liquid equilibrium as well as liquid-liquid equilibrium for
separation processes application.
Unit Operations Laboratory 2
Credits The course provides facilities for students to apply theoretical
and fundamental knowledge of unit operations.
In such an environment, much emphasis is placed upon the operation and
performance of various experimental
Process Control Laboratory 1 Credits By the use of
flow rate control instrument, temperature control instrument, liquid level
control instrument and
pressure control instrument, students study the applicability of basic control
Biotechnology 3 Credits By the application of genetic
engineering, biochemistry and microorganisms or animal or plant cells and how
to produce living organisms.
Numerical Method 3 Credits 本This
course is a way to do higher mathematics problems on a computer. It includes
equations, sets of equations, interpolation and curving fitting, numerical
differentiation and integration, and
Polymer Nanocomposites 3
The course introduces the fundamental principles, synthesis approaches,
processing techniques, morphology,
characterization, and the unique chemical and physical aspects associated with
polymer based nanocomposite
materials. It will also describe the applications and the development of high
performance materials as well as
future directions for research in the field.
Biomaterials 3 Credits
Biomaterials is an introductory course designed for medical devices,
artificial organs, tissue engineering and
drug controlled release. Orthopaedic deveics, artificial joints, biochips, and
modifications of materials surfaces
are covered in the category of medical devices. Artificial cartilage, skin,
liver al. etc. are introduced in the artificial
organ field. In tissue engineering, scaffold materials, biodegradable
materials and bio-reactor design are discussed.
Polymeric membranes and targeting drug delivery are focused when the drug
controlled release are discussed.
Chemical Engineering Materials 3 Credits
This course is designated to acquaint the student with the strictures,
properties and performances of materials.
It contains the following topics: 1. introduction to materials sciences and
engineering. 2. atomic structures and
bonding. 3. crystal structures and crystal geometry. 4. solidification and
crystalline imperfections. 5. mechanical
properties of materials. 6. metals. 7. polymers. 8. ceramics. 9. corrosion.
Introductory Biochemistry 3 Credits
A one-term introductory biochemistry course that covers the biochemistry of
the living state; the chemistry of
amino acids, proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, lipids, and steroids;
energy transformations and chemical
reactions in living cells; action of hormones; and self-regulation and
self-replication of living organisms.
Synthesis Chemistry 3 credits
Studies of syntheric principles of chemical and synthetic processes of
industry. Chenmical reaction of synthesis,
mechanism of chemical reaction, application of processes of industrial
synthesis also included.
Membrane Separation Process 3Credits
Membrane separation processes including gas separation, pervaporation, ion
exchange membrane, liquid
membrane, reverse osmosis, and ultrafiltration.