Chemical Engineering Courses
The chemical engineering discipline is principally concerned with the application of knowledge of how materials and chemicals interact, or can be converted in some way to a more useful form, as part of a processing, production or refining process.
Petroleum engineers work in a range of industry sectors, often related to the exploration, mining, production, delivery and downstream processing of fossil fuels.
Develop industrial processes to turn raw materials into useful products.
Studying chemical engineering at RMIT brings together engineering science with engineering practice and design, providing a practical and vocational focus that is well recognised by industry.
Solve global challenges
Chemical engineers come up with the best ways to convert raw matter—like minerals or oils—into products we can use.
Be in global demand
Want to travel the world and face new challenges every day?
Petroleum engineering is one of the highest paid engineering fields internationally, with exciting opportunities for qualified graduates.
As the pharmaceutical industry expands in Australia and world-wide, your understanding of the engineering process and other scientific fields involved in drug development and production, will ensure you’re well equipped to work across a range of roles.
Chemical engineering science, practice, and design are combined with core management principles to give you the ability to work at all levels of industry.
Combining in-depth studies in chemistry, analytical sciences and chemical engineering, this program will put you at the forefront of developing new technologies that could change the world.
This program will prepare you for a leading role in the food industry.