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Chemical Engineering Electives

Students are required to take up 32 credits of Chemical Engineering electives of which a minimum of 16 credits at fourth-year level. These courses apply the Chemical Engineering principles and fundamentals of the first three years on more advanced topics. These courses are linked to research specialisations in the Department. An overview of the structure of the third and fourth-year electives and their outlines can be found in the menu on the right.

 Alternatively, students may wish to take any EBE course at or above the third-year level (including Masters level) for which they meet the course entry requirements, and where they have not already covered that content in another course. Such courses must be approved by the Programme Convener.