Course Objective
The certificate holders, after this training, will be confident and successful process engineers with strong realistic-problem solving skills. 
Upon completion, candidates who performed well may have the opportunity to admit into a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering (M.Sc. CHE) programme.
This programme is open to graduates with at least a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or its equivalent.

Course Content
This graduate certificate programme is hosted by NUS Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering to provide targeted training in chemical process & system engineering.

List of Modules
Each module is 4 modular credits unless otherwise specified.
Each module will have 39 formal contact hours. Classes may be conducted on weekday evenings or on Saturdays.

CN5010 Math & Computation Tools for Chemical Engineers
CN5020 Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering
CN5111B Process Optimization with Industrial Applications
CN5191 Project Engineering (with SSG Funding)
SH5201 Hazard Identification and Evaluation

Details of Modules
(Note: Not all modules are offered in each semester)

Semester 2, AY2018/2019 Timetable *
DAY / TIME MODULE CODE MODULE TITLE VENUE LECTURER EXAM DATE
Tuesday,
6-9pm
CN5111B Process Optimization with Industrial Applications E1-06-08 / E1-06-05 Dr Wang Xiaonan
Mr Srinivas Valle
100% CA
Friday,
6-9pm
CN5191 Project Engineering UTSRC-LT53 Mr Ravish Maqsood 100% CA
Friday,
6-9pm
SH5201 Hazard Identification & Evaluation Techniques E1-06-06 A/P Foo Swee Cheng
Mr Amit Bhagnar
27-04-2019 (Sat), 9.00 am
*  Information correct as 28 September 2018; may subject to changes in future

Modes of assessment comprise combinations of some or all of these items:
• Quizzes / Term papers /Projects
• In-class participation 
• Final exam / Presentation 

Maximum Candidature
2 years

Award of Graduate Certificate
Individuals who have successfully completed the 4 modules (equivalent to 16 MCs) with a CAP of at least 2.5 will be deemed to have successfully completed the Graduate Certificate Programme. Such individuals will be awarded a Graduate Certificate. There will be no continuation requirements.
Participants may repeat modules [with fees] to improve CAP provided the max candidature is not exceeded.
Students who do not take examinations or fail to attain a CAP ≥ 2.5 will be given a Certificate of Participation, listing the modules taken if attendance is at least 70% for the listed module.

Admission to Master of Science (Chemical Engineering) Programmes
• A maximum of 16 MCs of modules (each module with a minimum grade of B-) may be transferred to the M.Sc. CHE programme, subject to approval by the ChBE department. The validity period of the transfer is not more than 5 years from the award of the Graduate Certificate.
• Students who graduate with a CAP ≥ 3.5 may be considered for admission to M.Sc. CHE programme.
• The transferring of modules to the M.Sc. CHE programme will be subjected to SSG funding rule, if the module is SSG funded.

Application Procedures
Application is open twice a year.
Application will open from 15 to 31 October for the January 2019 intake. 
Please visit SCALE for online application (Note: You will only be able to access the application portal from 15 October).

Course Fees (subject to 7% GST)
S$5,800 per module