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LM 115 - Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering

Course Type: CAO and Third Level
Institute Name: University of Limerick - CAO
Fee: -
Duration: -
Course Locations: Limerick

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CAO CODE: LM115 Process engineering is the central area of expertise underpinning many important sustainable industries and businesses within both the Irish and global economies.. Such enterprises include: biopharmaceuticals, fuels, chemicals, drug synthesis, energy production, food and beverage processing, environmental protection and electronic component manufacture. In all of these areas, the chemical/biochemical engineer is of key importance.This field of employment often involves working with processes or products where competence in chemistry and biochemistry is of importance.

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