According our four educational goals, we establish eight core abilities for undergraduate and graduate students, respectively:
For undergraduate students, our core abilities are:
- Application of the math, science and chemical engineering knowledge.
- Design and execution of engineering experiments, including data analysis and results explanation.
- Execution of engineering practical application by the learned technique, skill and using modern tools.
- Design ability of engineering system, component or process.
- Project management (including budget planning) and ability of communication and teamwork.
- Ability of problem found, analysis and solving, and dealing with complex and integrated engineering issues.
- Knowing current issues, understanding the influences of chemical engineering techniques on the environment, society and world, and cultivating lifelong learning.
- Realizing professional ethics and social responsibilities, and respecting for multiple views.
For graduate students, our core abilities are:
- Professional knowledge in specific fields.
- Ability of project planning and executing.
- Ability of writing thesis/dissertation.
- Ability of innovative thinking and independent problem-solving.
- Ability of coordinating with persons in different fields.
- Good global perspective.
- Ability of leadership, management, and planning.
- Ability of lifelong self-learning