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WELCOME WELCOME BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING PROGRAM SCHOOL OF BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING UNIMAP Academic Session 2013/2014 (6 September 2013)
CONTENTS: 1)INTRODUCTION TO BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING PROGRAM 2)JOB OPPORTUNITY / PROSPECT 3)ALUMNI TALK 4)GAME
INTRODUCTION TO BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING PROGRAM
What is Bioprocess Engineering Program?
is a specialization of biological processes and Biotechnology in Chemical Engineering field. It deals with the design and development of equipment and processes for the manufacturing of bio- based products such as food, feed, pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, chemicals, polymers, and etc, from biological materials. Is also a conglomerate of mathematics, biology and chemical design, and consists of various spectrums like studying of fermentors (mode of operations etc.), large scale production of biological product, optimization of yield in the end- product and the quality of end-product and microorganism cellular-based productions. is a chemical engineering discipline associated with the production of biological related entities such as design and operation of fermentation systems, biopharmaceuticals, biofuels, development of food processing systems, application and testing of product separation technologies, design of instrumentation to monitor and control biological processes, and many more.
What is Bioprocess Engineering Program? What separates you from other engineers? the understanding of how every engineering field relates to living systems. With the rapid growth of biologically based technologies, bioprocess engineers are uniquely qualified to solve the problems of today and tomorrow (ex: green technology). They provide a bridge between the research laboratory activities and the economics, and large-scale commercial implementation of biotechnologies. “ You know the chemical process, and of course you know the biological process ”
What Bioprocess Engineers do? “Production of dairy based product, ex: Cheese, yogurt, cultured milk, etc” A Bioprocess Engineer should be able to solve/ do the following problems / tasks: Upstream: microorganisms, bioreactors, control environment, growth kinetics, reactions, production, fermentation process, etc. Downstream: Separation of cells, biomass, impurities to obtain purified products.
What is Bioprocess Engineering Program? This programme is a four-year programme which requires the student to graduate with a total of at least 137 credit hours. YEARFIRSTSECONDTHIRD EIT 302/4 Industrial Training FOURTH SEMESTER IIIIIIIVVVIVIIVIII Engineering Core ( 87 ) ERT 105/3 Electrical Technology ECT 112/3 Engineering Skills ERT 213/3 Process Instrumentations ERT 206/4 Thermodynamics ERT 316/3 Reaction Engineering ERT 320/3 Bioseparation Engineering ERT 445/2 Final Year Project 1 ERT 446/4 Final Year Project 2 EKT 120/4 Computer Programming ERT 214/4 Material and Energy Balance ERT 215/3 Fluid Mechanics ERT 317/4 Biochemical Engineering ERT 321/4 Process Control & Dynamics ERT 424/3 Bioprocess Plant Design I ERT 428/4 Bioprocess Plant Design II EQT 203/3 Engineering Mathematics III ERT 216/4 Heat & Mass Transfer ERT 318/4 Unit operations ERT 314/4 Bioreactor System ERT 425/3 Good Manufacturing Practice For Bioprocess Industries #ERT4XX/3 Elective II ERT 319/3 Industrial Waste Treatment ERT 322/3 Safety & Loss Prevention #ERT 4XX/3 Elective I ERT 323/2 Simulation for Bioprocess Engineering Non Engineering ( 33 ) EQT 101/3 Engineering Mathematics I EQT 102/3 Engineering Mathematics II ERT207/4 Analytical Chemistry EQT 271/3 Engineering Statistics EUT443/2 Engineering Management EUT 440/3 Engineers in Society ERT 106/3 Biochemistry ERT107/3 Microbiology for Bioprocess Engineering ERT 102/4 Organic Chemistry ERT 108/3 Physical Chemistry EUT 122/2 Skills & Technology in Communication University Required (15) UVW 410/2 University Malay Language UVW 224/2 Engineering Entrepreneurship UVW 212/2 University English Language UVW 322/2 Thinking Skills UVW 1XX/1 Co-Curricular Activity UVW 233/2 Islamic & Asian Civilizations UVW XXX/2 Option Subjects UVW 235/2 Ethnic Relation University Required University English, Engineering Entrepreneurship, TITAS, Ethnic Relation, Thinking Skill, University Malay Language, Co-Curiculum, Option Subject Total Units for Graduation 135 Elective: Elective I : ERT 426/3 Food Engineering,ERT427/3 Design of Experiments Elective II : ERT 429/3 Energy from Bioresources, ERT 430/3 Pharmaceutical Process Engineering
EAC ACCREDITATION & OBE
EAC ACCREDITATION First Accreditation on 2010 (2 years): -First and Second batches (Intake 2006/2007 & 2007/2008) Second Accreditation on 2011 (2 years): -Third and fourth batches (Intake 2008/2009 & 2009/2010) Third Accreditation on 2-3 October 2013: - Intake 2010/2011 onwards
Outcome based Education (OBE)
Code Programme Educational Objectives (PEO) for Bioprocess Engineering Programme PEO 01 Graduates who are leaders in the field of chemical engineering in bioprocess or chosen field as demonstrated via career advancement. PEO 02 Graduates who are members of and contribute to professional society. PEO 03 Graduates who engage in life-long learning or continuous education opportunities. PEO 04 Graduates who contribute towards research and development. PEO 05 Graduates who are entrepreneurial engineers.
Outcome based Education (OBE) NO PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (PO) 1Ability to acquire and apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering and in-depth technical competence in bioprocess/chemical engineering discipline to the solution of complex engineering problem. 2Ability to identify, formulate and solve complex engineering problems. 3Ability to design solutions for complex engineering problems and systems, components or processes to meet desired needs. 4Ability to conduct investigation into complex problems as well as to analyze and interpret data. 5Ability to use techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for complex engineering practices so as to be easily adaptable to industrial needs. 6Understanding of the social, cultural, global and environmental responsibilities of a professional engineer. 7Ability to understand entrepreneurship, the process of innovation and the need for environmental and sustainable development. 8Ability to understand the professional and ethical responsibilities and commitment to the community. 9Ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams. 10Ability to communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large. 11Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning. 12Demonstrate understanding of project management and finance principles.
Outcome based Education (OBE) OBE APPROACH Student Centered Learning Student Centered Learning (SCL) Integrated Project / Mini Project PBL / PoPBL Case study / Real World Problems Modular, etc
Integrated Project Integrated Project is a mini project intended for the second year and third year students of Bioprocess Engineering Programme integrating various courses in a particular semester. The Integrated Project provides students with introductory elements of engineering design as to prepare the students for Bioprocess Plant Design I and II (ERT424 and ERT428) that need to be taken in your fourth year of study.
Integrated Project YearSemesterCourses in Integrated Project 2 1 ERT213 Process Instrumentations ERT214 Material and Energy Balance 2 ERT206 Thermodynamics ERT216 Heat and Mass Transfer 3 1 ERT317 Biochemical Engineering ERT318 Unit Operations ERT319 Industrial Waste Treatment 2 ERT320 Bio-Separation Engineering ERT321 Process Control & Dynamics ERT314 Bioreactor System ERT323 Simulation for Bioprocess Engineering
GOAL BIOPROCESS PLANT DESIGN EngineerBEM
JOB OPPORTUNITY / PROSPECT & PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING REQUIREMENT