A graduate of Chemical Engineering should be able to:
- Understand, analyze and design physical and chemical processes.
- Identify and solve chemical engineering problems.
- Be proficient in the oral and written communication of their work.
- Be proficient in the use of engineering tools and equipment.
- Learn and work independently, and practice leadership and teamwork in and across disciplines.
- Design and perform laboratory experiments to gather data, test theories and solve problems.
- Understand the safety and environmental consequences of their work.
- Understand the regional, global and societal impact of engineering problems and solutions.
- Be prepared for a lifetime of continuing education.
- Act in accordance with the highest ethical standards.