The main educational objective of the College of Environment and Resources is to train students into chemical, biochemical, environmental and material engineers.
The curriculum and laboratory courses are designed based on both theoretical and practical consideration. With a so-called “sandwich” curriculum, which is an one-year practical training outside the school, students are able to accumulate working experience and to learn some practical knowledge that includes process design, operation, analysis, research, management, and production.
The college offers the following curriculum:
Department of Chemical Engineering & Graduate School of Chemical Engineering
Graduate School of Biochemical Engineering attached with Department of Chemical Engineering
Department of Safety, Health and Environmental Engineering & Graduate School of Environmental and Resources Engineering
Department of Materials Engineering & Graduate School of Materials Engineering
College of Environment and Resources
Master’s Program in Chemical Engineering of the Department of Chemical Engineering
Master’s Program in Biochemical Engineering of the Department of Chemical Engineering
Master’s Program in Environmental Engineering of the Department of Safety, Health and Environmental Engineering
Master’s Program of the Department of Materials Engineering
The college is well equipped with all the advanced as well as typical instruments for carrying out advanced research and reaching the excellence of teaching.
Faculty and Research Interests
The college currently has 49 faculty members, including 10 professors, 19 associate professors, 13 assistant professors, and 7 lecturers. The educational partnership is established through the cooperation of Technology Service Center with governments and enterprises. Research projects are also carried out through all kind of cooperation. Many of the research projects were re-compiled into teaching material in related courses. All the specific research topics can be seen in each individual department.
The college is aiming at the progress in the areas of energy- and bio- technology, both in teaching and research, hoping to cope with the progress of other top universities.