Energy and resource conservation processes in chemical technology, petrochemistry and biotechnology

18.03.02 Energy and resource conservation processes in chemical technology, petrochemistry and biotechnology

Program: Energy and resource conservation processes in chemical technology, petrochemistry and biotechnology

Program level: Bachelor’s degree

Program length: 4 years

Education certificate / Academic degree: diploma, bachelor’s degree

Mode of study: Full time

Language ​​of instruction: Russian

Full name of the coordinator, telephone and e-mail: Olga Rakova,+7 (351) 267-95-17, rakovaov[at]susu[dot]ru

Program description:

Graduates gain relevant skills in the field of chemical-engineering methods of environmental protection. This involves studying the properties of new substances, introducing into existing technologies energy- and resource-saving principles, obtaining catalysts and sorbents for neutralizing and destroying anthropogenic pollution, assessing the state and engineering methods of environmental protection.

The name of the discipline indicates that graduates are in high demand in a wide range of industries, including petrochemistry, metallurgy, mechanical engineering, pharmaceutical, food industry, and of course, in science. Our graduates work throughout all of Russia. Many of our graduates work at large-scale enterprises, in consulting and design firms.

Modern education is impossible to imagine without knowledge of professional English. The curriculum provides for the study of professional English. This allows students to participate in the academic mobility program and study at a foreign university for a semester.

Our students conduct research using the capabilities of the Nanotechnology Research and Education Center. Thus the university maintains a worldwide level of research and the students present their scientific works at conferences abroad. Over the past 5 years, students have participated in conferences held in such countries as Bulgaria, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Slovakia, Finland, and the USA. Approximately 10 articles written by students and postgraduates are published annually and indexed by international databases.

Our graduates have excellent career opportunities both in industry and in science.

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