In the Bachelor's programme, in addition to a general introduction to process engineering production, the necessary basics of mathematics, physics, inorganic and organic chemistry, technical mechanics, materials science, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics and the teaching of transport processes are taught.
Building on this, courses follow in the chemical engineering-specific subject areas, e.g. process engineering, technical chemistry, apparatus engineering, process dynamics and control, process design, numerical mathematics as well as in-depth courses that can be selected according to inclination.
The theoretically acquired knowledge is consolidated in practical courses and practically applied in group work within the framework of a plant design.
After writing the Bachelor's thesis, the professionally qualifying Bachelor's degree is completed.
The three-semester Master's programme is research-oriented and is designed to qualify students for scientific work. In the first two semesters, students mainly take in-depth courses, which can be chosen freely. The Master's thesis is written in the third semester. Depending on personal inclination, the Master's thesis can be theoretically or practically oriented.