Undergraduate study

Undergraduate subject areas:

flask1 CHEMISTRY
The core science that underpins the discovery of new pharmaceuticals and materials for tomorrow's world
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Inorganic Chemistry
khoan CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Creating and developing processes to make the products that modern society depends on
  • Physical chemistry technology
  • Organic chemistry and petrochemical technology
  • Technology of pharmaceutical chemistry and pesticides for agriculture
  • Polymer technology
  • Cellulose and paper technology
  • Printing technology
  • Technology of inorganic chemistry and fertilizers
  • Technology of silicate materials
  • Chemical engineering
  • Equipment and machinery for the chemical and petro-industry

Goal and Objectives:

CHEMISTRY PROGRAMS

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAMS

The general goal of Undergraduate Training Programme in Chemical Engineering is training highly qualified workforce with creative thought, professional responsible, being able to adapt with working environment, having capability of self-learning and updating with incessant development of the science and technology, having health, political quality, awareness of serving people, for chemical engineering and related fields.

In details, the objective of this training programme is providing graduation students with knowledge specialized in application areas of chemical engineering, attaching special importance to development of calculation, design and technical capabilities in the study field, with skills of creative thought, judgement, communication, and other professional ones. After a certain period of graduation, chemical engineers are expected to be successful in the following aspects:

  1. Becoming a proficient expert in chemical engineering, having capability of shaping idea, design, implement and operation of complicated and high-technological production lines.
  2. Being able to continue study at higher education levels (master, PhD).
  3. Having capability of leading, management with wide vision and knowledge on contemporary issues.
  4. Having professional working behaviour, ethic and social responsibility, capability of self-training and desire of long life studying.

Expected learning outcomes of the CHE training program 2009:

Chemical engineers graduated from HUST are expected to be able to:

1. Having strong core knowledge for adapting various works and positions in the field of chemical engineering, specifically

1.1. Application of general knowledge on mathematics, physics, chemistry, drawing, engineering drawing, foreign language, informatics, administration for dealing with chemical engineering issues.
1.2. Application of core knowledge on physical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, analytical chemistry, instrumental analysis, chemical engineering for study, research, analysis and design processes, equipments in chemical engineering field.
1.3. Application of specialized knowledge for performance of experimental research, including design of experimental systems, implement of experiments, study on various chemical conversions in chemical engineering, by using mathematical & statistical tools in analysis and processing of experimental data.
1.4. Application of knowledge on simulation, modeling in combination with new and modern methods, devices for calculation, design, simulation and evaluation of technological solutions in chemical engineering field.

2. Having essential professional and personal qualities to be successful at work, including of

2.1. Judgment, analysis and giving solutions for technical issues; Testing, study and discovery knowledge;
2.2. System and critical thinking;
2.3. Self-motivation, innovation and seriousness;
2.4. Ethic, equity and professional responsibilities;
2.5. Conceiving of contemporary issues and awareness of long life learning.

3. Having essential social skills for effective working in multidiscipline and international environments, such as

3.1. Administrative, leading, and working skills in multidiscipline groups;
3.2. Effective communication skills through documentation, presentation, discussion, negotiation, self-control of all events, effective application of modern tools and devices;
3.3. Effective English practice at work, with TOEIC ≥ 450.

4. Having capability of conceiving, design, implementing and operating systems and propose of engineering solutions in the field of chemical engineering, meeting requirements of economical, social and environmental context, particularly

4.1. Conceiving of strong relations between technological solution and economical, social and environmental factors in the global context;
4.2. Having ability in conceiving and shaping idea of technological solution, participation in development of projects;
4.3. Having capability of participation in system design, technological processes, and product design and giving technological solutions for processing, production and application of chemicals and materials;
4.4. Participation in implementation of system, process, product design and giving technological solutions for processing, production and application of chemicals and materials;
4.5. Having capability of operation, development of instrumental systems, production lines for resulting expected products and test of technological solutions for improvement of effectiveness and productivity of processes.

5. Having suitable political quality, good ethic, awareness of serving people, health meeting requirements of development and defence of fatherland. This criterion is proved by political theory level, physical education certificate, and national defence – security education certificateaccording to General Regulations of the Ministry of Education and Training.

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