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The mission of the Department of Chemical Engineering is the education of professionals in chemical engineering, the dissemination of knowledge and technology, and the development of innovative solutions to problems related to chemical engineering. Our programs will prepare students for successful careers, for graduate or professional studies and for lifelong learning. Students will acquire the skills to solve engineering problems and develop process design skills, including the ability to formulate problems, to analyze and synthesize information, to think creatively, to make informed decisions, to communicate effectively, and to work in a team.

 Course duration

  • Undergraduate Degree Program: 4 years full-time
  • Master's Degree Program: 1-4 years
  • Doctoral Degree Program: 2-7 years

Total Credits

  • Undergraduate Degree Program: 130 Credits
    • Chemical Engineering Core Courses (80 credit hours)
    • Chemical Technical Electives (13credit hours)
    • Other Electives (9 credit hours)
    • General Eduation Required Courses (16 credit hours)
    • General Eduation Electives (12 credit hours)
  • Master's Degree Program: 30 Credits
    • Required Courses: 2 Credits (Excluding Master Thesis)
    • Elective Courses:28 Credits
  • Doctoral Degree Program: 24 Credits
    • Required Courses:6 Credits (Excluding Doctoral Thesis)
    • Elective Courses: 18 Credits

Start month

Spring Semester: February
Fall Semester: August

Faculty

FCU College of Engineering

Course contact

Email:che@fcu.edu.tw
Telephone:+886-4-24517250 ext.3651

Careers

  • Chemical Engineer
 
 

Accreditation

  • IEET Accreditation

Department of Chemical Engineering

 

History and Present Status

Founded in 1971,the department has been recognized for its quality of academic and research excellence. In addition to BS program, the department offers graduate programs at master and doctoral levels. There are over 4,000 alumni graduated from our undergraduate program. The graduate school has also awarded MS degrees to nearly 450 students.

In 2008,the department moved from Engineering Building to Xue Si Building,which is facing the beautiful Xue Si Garden.

Goal

The missions of the Department of Chemical Engineering include the education of professionals in chemical engineering, the dissemination of knowledge and technology, and the development of innovative solutions to problems associated with the Chemical Engineering. Our program will prepare students for successful careers, for graduate or professional studies, and lifelong learning.  Students enrolled in our program will acquire the skills for solving engineering problem and develop skills pertinent to the process design, including the ability to formulate problems, create and analyze information, think creatively, make sound decisions, communicate effectively, and work collaboratively.

 

Features

In response to the Government’s middle-and long-term plans for economical rebuilt and local industry development, the department endeavors to educate well-trained manpower for the initiation of research-and-development projects to facilitate the prosperity of chemical industry.  In recent years, the focus of department has turned to innovative technologies, such as nanotechnology, biotechnology, and semiconductor technology.

Future

 The department plans to recruit more faculties with expertise in novel fields of chemical engineering.  The laboratories will be supplemented with more equipment for research and teaching needs, as well as devices for the improvement of safety.  In addition to basic training in conventional chemical engineering technology, the department will provide lectures in innovative chemical engineering, such as nanotechnologies, biochemical engineering, microfluidic technology, and semiconductor technology. The department also plans to establish research centers to join research, engineering education, and technology transfer together, which will have a significantly impact on industrial practice and productivity with the application of advanced technology. The department will continue her efforts to closely communicate and interact with alumni.

Website: www.che.fcu.edu.tw

E-mail: che@fcu.edu.tw

Tel: 886-4-24517250 Ext. 3651

Fax: 886-4-24510890

 

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