Curriculum

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This page currently only links to our departments' subjects. For a full breakdown of the curriculum, look at the yearbook on the university webpage.

Overview

Here is a diagram showing the relationship between various subjects (click the image to see a larger version):

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First year

First semester

CIR 113 Chemical Engineering 113

Second semester

CIR 123 Chemical Engineering 123

Recess training

WWP 121 Workshop Practice 121

Second year

First semester

CIR 211 Chemical Engineering 211

Second semester

CTD 223 Thermodynamics 223

Third year

First semester

Second semester

Recess training

CPY 311 Practical Training 311

Fourth year

First semester

Second semester

Recess training

CPY 411 Practical Training 411

Postgraduate

Process Modelling and Control

Timetable

First Semester

Second Semester

Carbon, Fluorine and Polymer Materials Science

The Carbon, Fluorine and Polymer Materials Science Group’s research focus is on chemical product and process design. Research areas include carbon materials, fluorine polymers and compounds, polymer nanocomposites surfactants and reactive ceramics. Specific projects are determined by the needs of the nuclear, energy, chemical and processing industries. Consequently, appropriate bursaries may be available to selected Masters and PhD students prepared to work on the research topics suggested by industrial sponsors. Please note that such bursaries are awarded on a competitive basis.

A candidate who enrols for the Honours degrees must pass at least 128 course credits. Candidates who opt for the Masters degrees ust, in addition, complete a dissertation of 128 credits. Specialisation in polymer and chemical product design requires that at least 96 of the course credits be chosen from the following 32-credit modules presented in 2011. To facilitate attendance by students that are employed on a full-time basis in industry, lectures are presented in block format. The candidate may also, in consultation with the Head of the Department, choose other course credits required for completion of the degrees from other offerings in the School of Engineering.

First Semester

Second Semester

  • CPP 732 Polymer Processing
  • CFT 732 Fluoro-Materials Science
  • CMS 732 Carbon Materials Science and Technology