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Procesos Químicos y Metalúrgicos
Chemical and Metallurgical Processes
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The degree programme “Chemical and Metallurgical Processes” is offered at the Lima Campus of Tecsup, Peru. The programme is more practice-oriented. Study fees of around $3,000 are charged per year. Students can receive a financial redemption and only pay after having graduated. The overall objective of the programme is to educate professionals who are able to plan, control and monitor processes as well as to develop and operate chemical and metallurgical processes. In particular they should supervise processes, design and develop laboratory tests, identify and analyse problems and create and implement solutions. They should manage resources effectively and work in teams in an effective and creative manner. Students should be committed to quality, environmental protection and safety as well as to ethics. The curriculum of the degree programme contains courses in the area of fundamentals of mathematics and natural sciences (Mathematics, Applied Mathematics, Physics, Informatics, Fundamentals of Chemistry), subject-specific fundamentals (Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering, Thermodynamics, Fundamentals of Mechanical Technology, Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering), Process Engineering (Chemical Processes, Industrial Technology Process, Mineral Processing, Analytic Chemistry), advanced subject-specific content (Applied Technology, Industrial Operations, Metallurgical Processes) and interdisciplinary non-technical content (Communications, Values and Culture, Leadership, Management, Decision Making, Quality and Safety, Fundamentals of English, Basic English). The entry requirements are defined in the Academic Regulations of Admission. Students have to have completed secondary education and must not have dropped out of an educational institution for academic or disciplinary reasons. Applicants are selected through an admission process in which the following aspects are considered: graduation from secondary education, basic knowledge of sciences, oral and written communication skills, an aptitude for technological studies, clearly defined goals and values and a commitment to personal care, order and cleanliness. An aptitude test evaluates the required knowledge in mathematics, physics and chemistry as well as personal competences and always includes a personal interview. The degree programme starts in March and August of each year.
Overall, the auditors, technical committees and the accreditation commission of ASIIN gained a positive impression of the degree programme. In particular, they judge the following aspects as positive: the top-down structure, the traceability from PEOs over learning objectives down to the modules, the motivated staff and students, the excellent physical equipment at international standard, the modern and working equipment, the buildings, computer facilities and lecture halls as well as the compliance with health and safety standards. In the course of the accreditation process, weak points were cleared up and improvements in respect of individual points were specified as prerequisites.