The subjects presented in the link ( click here ) are some of the subjects taught at the School of Chemical Engineering at the Master level, falling into one of four areas: Thermodynamics, Kinetics/Catalysis/Reactors, Mathematics, and Transport Phenomena.
The student entering the Master’s Program must choose at least three subjects from different areas of these four areas.
Students entering the Doctorate Program must complete these courses if they did not take them during the master. Equivalences of subjects from other programs will be analyzed by the Graduate Committee during the pre-selection for the doctorate.
The remaining credits must be fulfilled with other subjects, inside and outside the School of Chemical Engineering, at the discretion of the supervisor and the department, following the minimum credits required by the Faculty rules (17 credits in the master, 10 credits in the doctorate) and following the maximum number of credits allowed by the UNICAMP Graduate Regiment.
There is variation in the subjects offered in the first and second semesters. Information about the courses offered in the current semester can be found on the Homepage of the website.