Study the Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical)/ Bachelor of Business at the University of Newcastle and expand your career opportunities.

Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) / Bachelor of Business

Why study with us?

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When you study chemical engineering and business management at the University of Newcastle you will graduate with two world-class qualifications in just five years.

Our Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical)/Bachelor of Business combined degree will allow you to pursue a range of exciting career opportunities including positions as a professional chemical engineer across many industries - manufacturing, pharmaceutical and food, energy and metals and minerals. 

The business management component of the combined degree will prove beneficial in securing positions in industrial relations and human resource management, marketing, tourism and hospitality, foreign economic relations, international trade, investments and small to medium enterprise management.

The Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical)/Bachelor of Business covers fundamental process engineering topics including:

  • heat and mass transfer
  • reaction engineering
  • process control
  • separations involving solids, liquids and gases
  • thermo-fluid engineering
  • particle technology
  • mineral processing
  • renewable energies
  • plant design for clean and economical processes
  • project management
  • research

When studying the chemical engineering/ business degree you will have access to state-of-the-art facilities and high quality teaching staff that maintain an active role in their industry.  With their guidance, your learning environment will include practical laboratory training, traditional lectures and industry placement.

For more information about the course structure, assumed knowledge and work placement requirements, please visit our handbook page.

The Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical)/Bachelor of Business is accredited by Engineers Australia, the Institute of Chemical Engineers UK, and many other affiliated international organisations, through the Washington Accord. You will be eligible for membership to these organisations when you graduate.

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