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General Objective: To train personnel of the highest academic and professional level in chemical engineering and their related fields, capable of carrying out research to
PhD Degrees in Chemistry in North America 2019.
Name of the program: Doctorate in Engineering Sciences: Chemical Engineering DGP key: 501602 Normal period to graduate: 8 semesters Credits: 200 Degree conferring: Doctor of Science
Campus where it is offered: Hermosillo
Program descriptionGeneral purpose
To train personnel of the highest academic and professional level in chemical engineering and their related fields, capable of carrying out research to generate new knowledge or technological developments that contribute to the solution of problems of national interest.
Specific objectivesEstablish an adequate academic and infrastructure framework for engineering education.Generate research projects for the development of basic knowledge and its applications.Generate projects of innovative application of knowledge and technological development.Actively participate in the dissemination of scientific and technological knowledge of chemical engineering.Promote the link with the regional and national industry.Promote quality professional practice in engineering and related fields.What Will Your Competencies Be When You Finish The Program?Egress Profile...
This multidisciplinary program builds on the fundamentals of traditional engineering and science combined with curriculum and research activities addressing the numerous
Ph. D. in Microsystems Engineering
RIT offers a unique program leading to a doctorate degree in microsystems engineering. This multidisciplinary program builds on the fundamentals of traditional engineering and science combined with curriculum and research activities addressing the numerous technical challenges of micro- and nano-systems. These include the manipulation of electrical, photonic, optical, mechanical, chemical, and biological functionality to process, sense, and interface with the world at a nanometer scale. The goal of the program is to provide a foundation to explore future technology through research in nano-engineering, design methods, and technologies and their integration into micro- and nano-scaled systems. Some of the program’s areas of exploration include the following:...
The Department offers the degree Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Chemistry which is designed to better prepare doctoral-level chemists to enjoy productive careers in indu
The Department offers the degree Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Chemistry which is designed to better prepare doctoral-level chemists to enjoy productive careers in industrial laboratories, research foundations or academic institutions. In addition to the traditional Ph.D. curriculum, this program mandates that the student acquire the working knowledge of the type of research conducted in industry and of the constraints (both practical and philosophical) under which it is carried out.
To facilitate this, each student is required to spend one semester in an industrial or government research laboratory internship. This internship is obtained for the student by the Department and every effort is made to match the type of work and the company with the student's interests. This is an important part of the student's training that may also open up avenues for future employment. If a student already has industrial research experience, this internship requirement may be waived if the student so desires....