BSc in Natural Sciences in South America

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Natural Sciences

A BSc (Bachelor of Science) is an undergraduate course of study that takes students three to five years to complete.  While in school, students complete a variety of courses to prepare for additional education or future job opportunities.

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Chemical Engineering

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Campus Full time 10 semesters March 2017 Brazil Sorocaba

The aim of a FACENS of Chemical Engineering Program is to train skilled engineers to meet different professional requests with a critical, creative and innovative vision. [+]

Bachelor of Science Degrees in Natural Sciences in South America 2017. The aim of a FACENS of Chemical Engineering Program is to train skilled engineers to meet different professional requests with a critical, creative and innovative vision. A Chemical Engineer engages in the development processes for the production of various industrial-scale products in the following sectors: food, cosmetics, biotechnology, fertilizers, pharmaceuticals, cement, cellulose and paper, nuclear, paints and varnishes, polymers, environment, among others. The program is structured to meet the demands of society in applicable areas, as well as to contribute to sustainable development of the region and country. It provides solid scientific and professional training that qualifies the engineer to assimilate and develop new technologies of economic, social and environmental aspects in an ethical and humanistic manner. Professional profile A professional in Chemical Engineering must have the ability to solve practical problems in their field by applying appropriate models to real-life cases. The professional should be able to develop concepts and adapt to new situations encountered in a real environment. The profile of a Chemical Engineer should basically exhibit: General background with solid knowledge in the basic, general and professional course areas, including in the humanities, social, ethical and environmental areas; Ability to solve practical problems by creating models of real life situations, developing concepts and adapting to new situations encountered in a real environment; Capacity to perform problem analysis and synthesize solutions by integrating multidisciplinary knowledge; Ability to elaborate projects and propose technical and economically competitive solutions; Ability to assimilate new technologies and to creatively visualize new applications for Chemical Engineering; Communication and leadership skills to work with multidisciplinary teams. * According to National Curriculum Guidelines (Resolution no. CNE /CES 11/2002). Criteria for Passing or Failing Students will pass the class if their final grades are equal to or greater than 5.0 (five) and attendance is equal to or greater than 75% (seventy-five percent) of classes and other school activities. Students will fail the class if their attendance rate is less than 75% (seventy-five percent) of classes and other school activities, or have final grades lower than 5.0 (five). The same attendance and performance requirements apply to students who failed and retake the class. [-]