Study chemical engineering and maths at the University of Newcastle for added engineering proficiency..

Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical) / Bachelor of Mathematics

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The Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical)/Bachelor of Mathematics combined degree offered by the University of Newcastle is typically completed in five years full-time (or part-time equivalent). This means you will graduate with two degrees in much less time than it would take to study them individually.

When you graduate with a combined degree in chemical engineering and maths you will enjoy a wider scope of career choices that include positions as chemical engineers in a range of related industries including manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and food, energy, and metals and minerals.

The Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical)/Bachelor of Mathematics provides an excellent foundation in both maths and chemical engineering and you will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge through practical training and strategic work placement.

The Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical)/Bachelor of Mathematics 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

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 Mathematics 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 to apply for membership of these organisations upon graduation.

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