HISTORY

The Faculty of Chemical Engineering was established in June 2003. It started as a department under the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering when the programme of Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Chemical was first introduced in June 2000.

The academic programmes offered have been revised in line with the science and technology developments and the current industrial needs to provide the highest level of chemical engineering courses. Apart from producing graduates at the diploma and degree level, the faculty also offer postgraduate programmes.  The MSc and PhD in chemical engineering began its intake in December 2002.  Our Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) Chemical programme is accredited by both Board of Engineers, Malaysia (BEM) and Institution of Chemical Engineers, UK (IChemE).

In parallel with the country’s move towards a more industrialized nation especially in the chemical sub-sector, the faculty with its outstanding list of lecturers and excellent laboratory facilities, aims to be a leading institution in producing semi-professional and professional, innovative and ethical chemical engineers.

FACILITIES  FOR STUDENTS

The faculty offers a wide range of facilities to help the students in their learning process. It has well developed laboratories for teaching and research. High technology equipments are available in specialized laboratories with the up-to-date facilities for unit operations, chemical reaction, heat transfer, fluid flow, particle technology, industrial process, control and instrumentation. Apart from these equipments, our computer laboratories are equipped with softwares such as HYSIS, PROCED AND MATLAB suitable for teaching and research activities. The faculty also offers consultancy services for chemical industries.