Train human resources with deep knowledge in the area of Chemical Engineering and with a clear vision of the integration of this knowledge in its various application areas.
It is intended that students obtain additional knowledge to those acquired in the 1st cycle in terms of Engineering Sciences. In this master's degree, emphasis will be placed on deepening the approach to reaction systems and the separation of chemical species. Issues related to Process Control, utilities, and industrial safety will also be addressed.
It is also intended that students develop skills in the area of synthesis of new chemical processes more effective in terms of energy, water and emissions. This knowledge will allow the execution of a process engineering project with the best technological solutions, including financial and environmental analysis.
Individual execution of a master's thesis that contributed to the scientific development or business innovation in the fields of Chemical Engineering.
Intended learning outcomes:
• Develop the capacity for autonomous learning, as well as a critical and creative spirit, in order to prepare for
insertion in the professional world with rapid adaptation to a technological universe in accelerated development
• Promote the use of computational tools specific to Chemical Engineering to support the work of analysis and design of new processes.
It will be privileged to carry out monograph or laboratory work in a team for the subsequent development of extensive reports, executive summaries, or extended summaries that can report the work done. In parallel, students' oral communication with their peers will be encouraged through long or pitch-type presentations.