Introduction to chemical engineering is offered for freshmen with chemical engineering major. If mainly introduce chemical engineering and chemical industries, which include the curriculum of chemical engineering education, the theory and technology of chemical engineering process. Petrochemical industry and new chemical technologies, e.g. materials technology, biotechnology, photoelectric technology, green technology, etc. are thoroughly illustrated and discussed.

COE110

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER AND COMPUTING

2

Introduction on the structure of computer, personal computer and the Windows operating system. Students have the hands on computer practice on English and Chinese word processing, spreadsheet and briefing software. Also familiar with using the internet, e-mailing for data search and communication skills.

COE112

GENERAL CHEMISTRY(1)

3

General chemistry(1) is a course that involving chemical theory, chemical properties of matters, analyzing methods, and related applications. The content includes atomic theory, quantum theory, atomic structure, electron configuration, chemical bonding, molecular shape, together with major chemical reaction and thermochemistry. It helps the students to solve the problems logically and learn the knowledge for industrial applications.

COE114

GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB.(1)

1

The topics of general chemistry lab are arranged for the purpose on illustrating chemical principles, experimental technique, instrument operation, data analysis, results and discussions. Chemicals chosen for the class are based on the consideration of the low toxicity and the commonly used in the lab. Materials chosen for the class are mainly considered to encourage students to be interested in the knowledge of the class, the spiritual attitude on exercises and to care about the surrounding affairs.

PHYS107

GENERAL PHYSICS(1)

2

General physics provides knowledge basis for all science and engineering students required for their advanced courses. General physics (1) includes the topics of mechanics and thermodynamics. Mechanics regulates fundamental principles of motion. Thermodynamics explains both of microscopic and macroscopic natures of gases and objects.

PHYS101

GENERAL PHYSICS LAB.(1)

1

General Physics Lab aims to equip all science and engineering students with experimental techniques, be familiar with scientific enquiry methods, and comprehend the culture of scientific society. Meanwhile, the designs of this course allow students to experience the phenomena discussed in general physics course. The course includes 15 experiments, including the topics of mechanics, thermodynamics, and basic tools. In addition to traditional equipments, the course provides three computer-aided data acquisition experiments to enrich the contents.

MATH105P

ECITATION OF CALCULUS (1)

0

Topics include the the Limit of a Function； The Limit Laws；Continuity； Limits Involving Infinity；Derivatives； The Derivative as a Function, Differentiation FormulaDerivatives of Trigonometric Functions； The Product and Quotient Rules, The Chain Rule； Implicit Diff； Higher Derivatives, Max. and Min. Values； The Mean Value Thm, The Shapes of Curves； L'Hospital's Rule, The Definite Integral； The F.T.C., Indefinite Integrals； The Subastitution Rule； Area between Curves； Average Values of a Function； The Natural Log. Function； The Natural Exp. Function； Gen. Log. And Exp. Fuctions； Inv. Tri. Functions .

MATH105P

CALCULUS(1)

3

Topics include the Limit of a Function, the Precise Definition of a Limit, the Limit Laws, Continuity, Derivatives, the Derivative as a Function, Differentiation Formula, Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions, the Chain Rule, Implicit Differentiation, Higher Derivatives, Linear Approximation Maximun and Minimum Values, the Mean Value Theorem, the Shape of a Graph, Limits at Infinity, Antiderivatives, the Definite Integral, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, Indefinite Integrals, the Substitution Rule, Area between Curves, Average Values of a Function, the Natural Logarithmic Function, the Natural Exponential Function, General Logarithmic and Exponential Functions, Inverse Trigonometric Function, L'Hospital's Rule.

CHE102

SOFTWARE PACKAGE

2

By using the practical chemical engineering calculation software, to help student with the ability and skill in the solution of chemical and chemical engineering practical problems, the methods involve solving the algebraic equations, differential equations, linear algebra and performing polynomial, multilinear, and nonlinear regression with the use of a computer.

COE113

GENERAL CHEMISTRY(2)

3

General chemistry(2) is a course that involving chemical theory, chemical properties of matters, analyzing instruments and methods, and related applications. The content includes theories of covalent bonding, intermolecular forces, phase changes, properties of solutions and colloids, reaction kinetics, together with chemical equilibrium.

COE115

GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB.(2)

1

The topics of general chemistry lab are arranged for the purpose on illustrating chemical principles, experimental technique, instrument operation, data analysis, results and discussions. Chemicals chosen for the class are based on the consideration of the low toxicity and the commonly used in the lab. Materials chosen for the class are mainly considered to encourage students to be interested in the knowledge of the class, the spiritual attitude on exercises and to care about the surrounding affairs.

PHYS108

GENERAL PHYSICS(2)

2

General physics (2) follows the course of part (1). The course encompasses the topics of electromagnetism and optics, and the contents contain electric field, voltage, capacitance, circuit analysis, magnetic field, magnetic force, electromagnetic induction, electromagnetic wave, wave optics, polarization, etc. In addition to understanding of physics principles, students are required to be acquainted with the related mathematical tools, eg., vector integral. Meanwhile, the contents are closely relevant to contemporary technology development. Thus, physics concepts, mathematical ability, and application are three aims of this course.

PHYS102

GENERAL PHYSICS LAB.(2)

1

General Physics Lab (2) continues the course of part (1). There are 15 experiments in this course, including the topics of electricity, magnetism, and optics. The course also introduces two fundamental measuring tools required in electromagnetism. Meanwhile, the course contains three computer-sensing experiments. Take the advantage of the sophisticated sensor, the computer-aided data acquisition experiments enable students to investigate topics such as electromagnetic induction, which are hardly observed by traditional equipments.

MATH106P

ECITATION OF CALCULUS (2)

0

Topics include the Integration by Parts, Trigonometric Integrals, Trigonometric Substitution, Improper Integrals, Functions of Several Variables, Limits and Continuity, Partial Derivatives, Tangent Planes and Linear Approximations, The Chain Rule, Directional Derivative and Gradient Vector, Maximum and Minimum Values, Double Integrals over Rectangles, Iterated Integrals, Double Integrals Over General Regions, Double Integrals in Polar Coordinates, Triple Integrals, Triple Integrals, Change Variables in Double Integrals, Sequences, Series, Series, The Comparison, Alternating Series, Absolute Convergence and the Ratio and Root Tests, Power Series, Representations of Functions as Power Series, Taylor and Maclaurin Series.

MATH106

CALCULUS(2)

3

Topics include the Techniques of Integration, Partial Derivatives；Maximum and Minimum；Double Integrals, Iterated Integrals； Double Integral in Polar Coordinate；Change of Variables in Multiple Integrals；Infinite Sequences and Series； Power Series, Taylor's Series.

Year 2

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COE211

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS(1)

3

The objective of the class Engineer Mathematics (1) is to help student to understand how to solve the ordinary differential equation with first-order, second-order and higher order, and understand the principle of linear algebra and vector calculus. And, the class is to prepare the basic ability for solving the problems of the required classes of engineering with regarding on the ordinary differential equation of first-order, second-order and higher order, linear algebra and vector calculus.

CHE225

CHEMICAL INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES AND SAFETY

2

The purpose of this course “Chemical Industrial Process and Safety” is to educate students with basic safety concepts in toxicology, chemical engineering industry, hazard waste management and practical experience in university laboratory. This course also covers entry level of fluid flow, mass transfer, and reaction engineering on chemical engineering process.

CHE201

ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

2

The contents of Analytical Chemistry discuss classical quantitative analysis. The topics involve the theories and applications of experimental data treatment, statistical analysis of the data, the processes of sampling and standardization, chemical equilibrium in aqueous solutions, gravimetric methods of crystallization and precipitation, volumetric methods and titrations of acid/base systems and complex reactions.

COE216

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB.(1)

1

Introduction to the laboratory techniques used in an organic laboratory-simple distillation, fractional distillation, steam distillation, vacuum distillation, chemically active extraction, melting point measurement, crystallization, and sublimation. Simple organic reactions are performed afterwards. Safety rules for working in an organic laboratory are stressed. Proper disposal of all experimental wastes is also instructed

COE214

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY(1)

3

Introduction to nomenclature, structures, physical properties, preparation, chemical reactions, industrial applications of the compounds in the organic families of alkanes, alkenes, alkynes and alkyl halides. The mechanism, energy change, and stereochemistry of their chemical reactions are thoroughly investigated.

CHE220

MATERIAL AND ENERGY BALANCES

3

This is the first semester for the class of the basic principle of the Chemical Engineering Calculation (Mass-Energy-Balance). In this semester, we will start with the basic definitions related to the basic chemical engineering calculation. Material balance over a system unit will be conducts allowing students to understand the concept of mass conservation within a system unit as well as multiple units system. Reaction within the unit will also be discussed in this class.

COE213

ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS(2)

3

Engineer Mathematics (2) follows Engineer Mathematics (1). The objective of this class is to help student to understand the series solutions of the differential equations, Laplace Transforms, Fourier analysis and integration and partial differential equations. And, the class is to prepare the basic ability for solving the problems of the required classes of engineering with regarding on the series solutions of the differential equations, Laplace Transforms, Fourier analysis and integration and partial differential equations.

COE217

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB.(2)

1

Conducting organic reactions is thoroughly investigated, starting with making out the synthetic schemes, retrieving information through internet, performing the reactions, then concluding with isolation, purification and identification of the products. Handling hazardous chemicals in a safe manner is emphasized through out the course. Disposal of the chemical waste in an environmentally sound manner is considered to be part of each experiment.

COE215

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY(2)

3

Nomenclature, structures, physical properties, preparations, chemical reactions, and industrial applications of Rxs, conjugated dienes, benzene, alcohols, phenols, ethers, the compounds containing carbonyl group, including aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, and their derivatives, and amines are all discussed in details. The mechanisms and stereochemistry involved in the chemical reactions in each of the above mentioned organic families are also thoroughly investigated. Synthetic methods and pathways are emphasized throughout the course.

CHE301

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY(1)

3

Physical chemistry is the application of the methods of physics to chemical problems. It includes the qualitative and quantitative study, both experimental and theoretical, of the general principles determining the behavior of matter, particularly the transformation of one substance into another.Important topics include thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, quantum chemistry, and statistical mechanics. Physical chemistry encompasses the structure of matter at equilibrium as well as the process of chemical change.

CHE204

UNIT OPERATIONS(1)

3

Using mathematic models to understand, describe and design engineering systems and processes that involve the mechanics and dynamics of fluids.

Year 3

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CHE305

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS

3

Chemical thermodynamics is an approach to processing, evaluating, and extending experimentally obtained information about chemical systems that are capable of existing in equilibrium states. The main object of this course is to expose and explain the rationale of thermodynamics. And to meet the increasing emphasis on engineering computing we introduce the software package accompanying CD in the text book to help study the principles and the application calculations.

CHE306

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY(2)

3

Physical chemistry is the application of the methods of physics to chemical problems. It includes the qualitative and quantitative study, both experimental and theoretical, of the general principles determining the behavior of matter, particularly the transformation of one substance into another.Important topics include thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, quantum chemistry, and statistical mechanics. Physical chemistry encompasses the structure of matter at equilibrium as well as the process of chemical change.

CHE302

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LAB.(1)

1

Physical Chemistry Lab(1) involves the experimental manipulations about the topics of chemical thermodynamics. The results of experimental data can be used to proof the theory of those topics, such as: the measurement of vapor density and surface tension, molecular weight determination by freezing point depression and viscosity method, the measurement of phase transition point and distribution constant, the analysis of vapor-liquid equilibrium and liquid-solid equilibrium in a binary system and the analysis of liquid-liquid equilibrium in a ternary system etc.eory etc.

CHE303

PROCESS CONTROL

3

This course aims at the introduction of chemical process control concept and its application to chemical process operations. The contents of this course include introduction, process dynamics and behavior, modeling techniques and applications, feedback control system design and analysis, PID algorithms and controller design,applications and case studies.

CHE304

UNIT OPERATIONS(2)

3

Using mathematic models to understand, describe and design engineering systems and processes that involve heat transfer such as conduction, convection and radiation.

CHE401

CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING

3

This class will be focused on the chemical reaction kinetics and the principal of chemical reactor design from the ideal, steady state, and isothermal conditions to the real, un-steady state, and non-isothermal one. The students will be equiped with basic knowledges of the usage of computer skill to solve the engineering design problems.

CHE307

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LAB.(2)

1

Physical Chemistry Lab(2) involves the experimental manipulations about the topics of chemical kinetics, electrochemistry, and chemical or physical adsorption etc. The results of experimental data can be used to proof the theory of those topics, such as: rate constants and reaction orders of chemical reactions, transference number of ions in water, and Langmuir adsorption theory etc.

CHE336

SPECIAL TOPICS STUDY AND PRACTICE (1)

1

This course is designed to allow students to successfully connect with the capstone project. Students are grouped and conducted a team-based project. Each group selects an interested and real engineering topic, collects information, and proposes a reasonable solution for the issue. Students will have the chance to conduct oral and written presentation.

CHE308

UNIT OPERATIONS(3)

3

Using mathematic models to understand, describe, and design engineering systems and processes that involve the phenomena of mass transfer.

CHE309

INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS

2

The contents of instrumental analysis discuss the qualitative and micro quantitative analysis of mixture samples. The topics include electrochemical methods(potentiometry, coulometry, voltammetry and polarography), spectrochemical methods(UV/Visible molecular absorption spectroscopy, molecular fluorescence spectroscopy, infrared absorption spectroscopy and atomic absorption/emission spectroscopy) and chromatographic separation methods(gas chromatography, high performance liquid chromatography and super critical fluid chromatography).

Year 4

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Course Name
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CHE404

PROCESS DESIGN

3

This course introduces design principles of chemical process by using the contents of selected textbooks and related journal papers. Industrial professionals are invited to share chemical industry-related practice and trend with students. Students will also have the chance to visit industry to realize and integrate the principles of core courses and their applications, and practice the design of process. A team-based capstone project will be conducted by students to enhance their ability to solve real engineering problem. Oral and written presentation skill, teamwork, project design and implement ability will be trained during this course.

CHE402

UNIT OPERATION LAB.(1)

1

The Unit Operation Laboratory allows students to gain hands-on experience while studying both the fundamental principles and practical applications of chemical engineering. This facility is specifically designed to introduce students to larger scale industrial processes commonly encountered by chemical engineers. In this laboratory, students work in teams to apply principles learned in the classroom to solve practical engineering problems.

CHE405

UNIT OPERATION LAB.(2)

1

The Unit Operation Laboratory allows students to gain hands-on experience while studying both the fundamental principles and practical applications of chemical engineering. This facility is specifically designed to introduce students to larger scale industrial processes commonly encountered by chemical engineers. In this laboratory, students work in teams to apply principles learned in the classroom to solve practical engineering problems