Bachelor of Chemical Engineering


• To enable the graduates to apply knowledge gained in the degree, effectively and efficiently.

• To successfully bring innovation in related technology with cost effectiveness

• To involve research and development (R&D) effectively

• To enable our graduates pursue higher studies in any international university

• To successfully operate chemical plants and solve troubleshooting cases

• To optimize the plant by keeping in view the maximum production at minimum cost

• To conduct pilot plant study in order to understand functioning of a plant

• To apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and fundamental engineering to chemical engineering problems

• To enable students to indentify, formulate, and solve practical engineering programs and as well as design components, process and systems

• To train the graduates to work in the professional engineering environment and understand the associated economical considerations

Role and Scope

A chemical engineer is involved in design, development construction and operation of industrial processes for the production of diverse range of products. Relative industries include oil and gas, pharmaceutical, energy, fertilizer, water treatment, food and drink, plastics, normal and synthetic fibers, and environmental engineering. In most of the industries the chemical engineers are responsible to manage the operations and processes involved during various steps. During the past 10 years the demand for chemical engineers has not been affected much in spite of prevailing economic recession and decline in industrial growth in the county. 
The demand for engineers excels more than those having technology background. Chemical engineering curriculum is designed by including not only core chemical engineering courses but also basic sciences (mathematics, chemistry, physics, communication skills and Islamic & pakistan studies). 
Our graduates will not have only professional skills but a complete knowledge and understanding of basic principles, ethical consideration and leadership qualities.

semesters and courses

  • Duration

    8 Semesters, 4 years

  • Eligibility

    FSc (Pre-Engineering) with minimum 60% marks or equivalent or DAE in relevant field in first division

  • credit hours



Semester 1

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
HU-101 Functional English 3(3-0)
IS-101 Islamic Studies/ Ethics 1(1-0)
CHE-101 Chemical Process Principles-I 3(3-0)
ME-101 Engineering Drawing 1(0-1)
CC-102 Computer & Computation 2(1-1)
MA-101 Mathematics-I (Calculus & Statistics) 3(3-0)
CH-101 Applied Chemistry-I 4(3-1)
Total 17

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
HU-204 Communication Skills 2(2-0)
CHE-204 Particle Technology 4(3-1)
HU-102 Pakistan Studies 1(1-0)
MA-102 Mathematics-II (Differential Equations) 3(3-0)
EE-202 Applied Electrical Engineering 2(2-0)
PHY-101 Physics 4(3-1)
Total 16

Semester 3

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
HU-103 Technical Report Writing & Presentation Skills 2(2-0)
CH-202 Applied Chemistry-II 4(3-1)
CHE-201 Chemical Process Principles-II 3(3-0)
CC-202 Computer Programming & Software Application 2(1-1)
CHE-202 Fluid Mechanics-I 3(2-1)
ME-202 Workshop Practices 1(0-1)
ME-203 Engineering Mechanics 2(2-0)
Total 17

Semester 4

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ME-203 Computer Aided Engineering Drawing 1(0-1)
CHE-206 Fuel & Energy 4(3-1)
CHE-102 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-I 4(3-1)
CHE-205 Chemical Process Technology-I 4(3-1)
CHE-213 Fluid Mechanics-II 2(2-0)
CHE-203 Engineering Materials 3(3-0)
Total 18


Semester 5

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CHE-301 Heat Transfer-I 2(2-0)
CHE-302 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics-II 3(3-0)
MA-304 Numerical Analysis and Computer Application 3(2-1)
MA-203 Chemical Engineering Mathematics 3(3-0)
CHE-303 Chemical Reaction Engineering 3(2-1)
CHE-304 Mass Transfer-I 3(2-1)
Total 17

Semester 6

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CHE-310 Mass Transfer-II 2(2-0)
ChE-309 Heat Transfer-II 3(2-1)
CHE-305 Engineering Economics 2(2-0)
CHE-306 Chemical Process Technology-II 2(2-0)
CHE-307 Instrumentation & Process Control 4(3-1)
CHE-311 Chemical Reactor Design 2(2-0)
CHE-308 Chemical Process Design & Simulation 3(2-1)
Total 18

Semester 7

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CHE-401 Transport Phenomena 3(3-0)
CHE-402 Simultaneous Heat & Mass Transfer Operations 4(3-1)
CHE-403 Chemical Plant Design 3(3-0)
CHE-404 Chemical Engineering Plant Design Project 3(0-3)
CHE-405 Elective-I (Details given below) 3(3-0)
Total 16


Semester 8

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CHE-406 Maintenance Engineering & Safety 2(2-0)
CHE-407 Chemical Engineering Plant Design Project 3(0-3)
CHE-408 Elective-II (Details given below) 3(3-0)
CHE-409 Elective-III (Details given below) 3(3-0)
MGT-402 Production & Operations Management 3(3-0)
Total 14