As a chemical and metallurgical engineer, you’ll play a major part in finding new ways to make the most of our natural resources, turning raw materials into useful products, while ensuring the sustainability of our planet.
You’ll master the technology required to extract metals and commodities from the earth using sustainable methods and explore the design, commissioning and operation of engineering processes and plants. This includes how to harvest mineral resources in safe and responsible ways, using the latest chemical and metallurgical processes.
You’ll even have the opportunity to work in mineral processing and metallurgical plants as part of your studies, developing your understanding of the resources industry and markets through direct links with industry.
Graduating Chemical and Metallurgical Engineering (Hons) program at Murdoch University will open the doors to a wide range of career opportunities in natural resources across the globe.
Careers could include:
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CRICOS Code: 030196A
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