Technical Industrial Engineer in Chemical Engineering. (1st cycle degree)
The studies leading to a degree in Technical Industrial Engineering, specialising in Chemical Engineering, aim to provide specific training in chemistry applied to the industrial setting.
In the last year of the degree course students can choose from four specialist pathways:
- Environment: comprehensive training in the treatment and management of industrial waste and wastewaters.
- Instrumental Analysis: in-depth theoretical and practical training in analytical techniques, as a tool used in the chemical industry.
- Enterprise Management: business training focused on administration and industrial logistics within the field of industries as a whole.
- Plastic Materials: in-depth training in materials science, with special attention paid to the production, use and destruction of plastics.
The degree in Industrial Technical Engineering, specialising in Chemical Engineering, enjoys a high degree of esteem within the industrial sector in our Region, and this has allowed graduates to pursue a wide range of careers in almost all the different industrial sectors.
Chemical engineering studies provide graduates with a high degree of versatility that enables them to work in the following fields:
- Certifications, legal consultancy and writing experts' reports for insurance purposes, legal proceedings and the like.
- Control and instrumentation of chemical processes; experimentation in chemistry and chemical engineering, and chemical reaction engineering.
- Management and implementation of quality and environmental quality systems; occupational risk prevention, and safety and hygiene in the workplace.
- Technical management in private enterprises and in the public administration; technical offices, business administration and organising production; development, direction and execution of projects, and production management.