Process Safety Engineering, Graduate Certificate

The Graduate Certificate in Process Safety Engineering focuses on the integration of chemical engineering skills with the knowledge of process safety and regulation with specific attention on designing and developing solutions for industrial firms with the goal of creating environments that are safer and in compliance with regulatory rules and regulations.

This four-course graduate certificate seeks to provide students with opportunities to apply the fundamentals of chemical engineering knowledge and skills to lead efforts within companies to plan and implement process safety designs that assist in meeting the regulatory requirements and confirming code compliance within an industrial firm in order to maintain the safety, health, and welfare of their employees and the public as well as making industrial firms safer and profitable.

Complete all courses and requirements listed below unless otherwise indicated.

Requirements

Process Safety
CHME 5510Fundamentals in Process Safety Engineering4
CHME 5520Process Safety Engineering—Chemical Reactivity, Reliefs, and Hazards Analysis4
Relief and Scenario Modeling
CHME 6610Computational Programs in Process Safety for Relief and Scenario Modeling4
Special Topics
CHME 66204

Program Credit/GPA Requirements

16 total semester hours required
Minimum 3.000 GPA required