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Universidade do Vale do Paraíba (UNIVAP) Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
Universidade do Vale do Paraíba (UNIVAP)

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering

São José dos Campos, Brazil

5 Years

Portuguese

Full time

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Mar 2024

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Introduction

The Bachelor in Chemical Engineering graduated from UNIVAP is a generalist professional, who is concerned with adding knowledge that will enable him to work in all sectors of industry, as well as manage and research the various transformation processes involved in the current market of work.

Qualification: Chemical Engineer

Hours: 3,840 hours (minimum 5 years)

alumni profile

The course seeks to provide graduates with a professional profile that enables them to absorb and develop new technologies and to act critically and creatively in identifying and solving problems, considering their political, economic, social, environmental and cultural aspects, with an ethical view of the demands of society. It also seeks to develop an attitude of permanent professional updating.

marked work

Professionals work in the production of various products, on an industrial scale, in the areas of oil, food, cosmetics, biotechnology, fertilizers, drugs, cement, pulp and paper, paints and varnishes, polymers, environment, among others. They can develop clean technologies, recycling processes and the use of waste from the chemical industry that contribute to reducing the environmental impact. Chemical engineers work more specifically in supervision, coordination, control, inspection, advice, research and innovation. They elaborate projects and coordinate industrial processes. They identify, formulate and solve engineering problems related to the chemical industry, as well as the maintenance, safety and operation of industrial systems.

Occupation area

  • Modeling of chemical processes
  • Industrial Gases
  • Transport Phenomena
  • Mining and Extraction
  • Chemical Reactors
  • petrochemical
  • Separation Processes
  • corrosion of materials
  • Unitary operations
  • Process control
  • Electrochemistry
  • inspection and security
  • water purification
  • And many others

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