Last modified: 18 Mar 2020 09:59
Chemical Engineering Design takes the learning from the first two and a half years of the degree and ties it together whilst formally introducing student to the overall process of chemical engineering design.
Employability and professional attributes are embedded in the course with design engineers (students) being line managed. Professional attributes such as time management, project management, communication and team working are developed through the course. Within the course, design engineers will also significantly develop
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The course aims to contribute to the development of an integrated approach to Chemical Engineering by bringing together the aspects of core chemical engineering and underpinning mathematics and science which have been (are being) studied to date in the context of a series of chemical engineering tasks.
In this wider context the course aims to:
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
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Students are given feedback on their progress by the following means: Ongoing discussion with course delivery team in scheduled design sessions; Formal marking and return of summative assessment; Small group and/or individual meetings with course team as required; General feedback videos.
There are no assessments for this course.