UASLP
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International Accreditation

Chemical Engineering

is accredited by “the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org

 

Mission Statement

To prepare chemical engineering professional with a strong academic and technical foundations according to contemporary trends, and by instilling in the students the development of abilities and attitudes in order to promote the creation, practice and diffusion of knowledge, with the capacity to design and innovate sustainable process and products.

Vision Statement

The integration of one of the best programs in Chemical Engineering in Mexico and Latin America supported by national and international evaluation and accreditation agencies. The establishment of a faculty with the best technical and scientific ability as well as the promotion of the generation and application of knowledge through scientific and technological research.

Graduate Profile

Professional able to innovate, design, develop, optimize, manage and operate sustainable chemical processes with safety, quality, productivity and efficiency, with a sense of responsibility and an attitude of service to ensure awareness of current social issues, local and international capacity; thereby motivating collaborative and multidisciplinary work, oral and written communication skills in their native language and English.

The constituencies of the Chemical Engineering program are:

•Faculty
•Student
•Alumni
•Employers

Each of these constituencies plays a key role in the educational processes, and has an active participation in the construction and modification of the objectives.

The school directives have the responsibility in obtaining and managing the necessary resources to carry the academic, extension, research and collaboration activities.

The program coordinator assisted by the curriculum revision committee has the responsibility to construct the objectives and restructure the program curriculum (approved by the University Honorary Directive Committee), according to the opinions of the alumni, employers, faculty and students based on the actual weakness and necessities noticed.

The Faculty has the compromise of teaching the courses that constitute the curriculum, and the fulfillment of the program objectives.

The students are the main beneficiaries of the educational process and through their feedback enable the continuous improvement of the objectives.
Alumni, employers participate with their opinions, comments and work through university extension programs to create or improved the objectives and also the learning outcomes.

 

Program Educational Objectives (PEO):

The chemical engineering program at UASLP uses an integral approach so that students are trained with the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitude to attain the following few years after graduation:
  • Be a professional capable of applying chemistry in the chemical process industries for the production of commodity and specialty chemicals, petroleum refining, metallurgy, polymers, food, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. He/she should also recognize what contributions can be made in associated industries (automotive) and emerging nanotech and biotech industries.
  • Be prepared to pursue advanced diplomas in chemical engineering, as well as in related disciplines (materials science, bio-chemical, environmental, and business administration).
  • Enter into the teaching profession, or occupy positions in sales, management, and public administration as technologically competent individuals.

 

OUTCOMES
Learning outcomes and competences of students
A Ability to apply knowledge of basic sciences, mathematics and engineering in chemical engineering practice.
B Ability to design and conduct experiments, and collect and analysis of data.
C Ability to innovate, develop and optimize processes that face the social, economic, environmental and political contexts.
D Ability to join a multidisciplinary group and field.
E Ability to apply knowledge with logical criteria and methodology for identifying formulating and solving engineering problems.
F Ability to act with professional and ethical responsibility.
G Ability to communicate effectively in Spanish and in a second language.
H Understands the impact of engineering solutions in the environment.
I Ability of self-learning and carry out lifelong learning.
J Knowledge of contemporary issues.
K Ability to use engineering methods and tools, necessary for professional practice.

 

Income, Interns and Graduates per year of Chemical Engineering Program

Scholar year August-July Enrollment In Chemical Engineering program Students Income Interns Graduate Options
Gradutes EGEL Exam Professional defree courses Knowledge Exam Postgraduate studies Global Average Thesis
2016-2017 478 94                
2015-2016 450 87 47 68 40 25 0 1 1 1
2014-2015 428 88 64 70 46 21 0 0 2 1
2013-2014 425 86 57 58 24 26 0 1 5 2
2012-2013 425 82 59 80 23 47 1 2 0 7
2011-2012 372 84 64 61 15 36 1 4 0 5