Chemical Engineering Technology - 533

Ontario College Advanced Diploma
Three years
Food and beverage production, crude oil refining and wastewater treatment – all connected by Chemical Engineering Technology.
Overview

Program Highlights

  • High graduate and co-op placement rates.

  • State-of-the-art lab equipment and facilities

  • Excellent reputation among major chemical industries and government agencies.

What you'll learn

  • Industry-standard lab practices and sampling techniques.

  • Chemical process modeling.

  • Instrumental analysis methods for analyzing solids, liquids and gases

  • Quality assessment and control protocols.

  • Unit operations including distillation, evaporation and drying.

  • Process control and automation using programmable logic controllers.

Mohawk’s CET program prepares students for the workplace. Graduates have the theoretical and practical skills required to work in laboratories, chemical manufacturing plants, agriculture, refineries, pharmaceutical plants, food and beverage industries, municipal water and wastewater facilities.

Mohawk’s CET program is recognized for its high graduate employment rate, wide range of co-op placement opportunities and depth of hands-on laboratory experience.

Program Length

3 academic years (periods of 8 months), plus co-op

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Tuition and Fees

2018 - 2019 Domestic Tuition and Fees

  Semester 1 Semester 2
Total Ancillary Fees $717.02 $653.92
Co-op Fees $316.67 $316.67
Mandatory Program Fees $0.00 $0.00
Domestic Tuition $1,504.49 $1,504.49
Total Domestic Charges Per Semester $2,538.18 $2,475.08
Total 1st Year Fees $5,013.26

2018 - 2019 International Tuition and Fees

  Semester 1 Semester 2
Total Tuition & Ancillary Fee $7,342.97 $7,342.97
Co-op Fees $316.67 $316.67
Program Compulsory Fee Plus Tax $0.00 $0.00
International Tax Recovery $450.00 $375.00
Total International Charges Per Semester $8,109.64 $8,034.64
Total 1st Year Fees $16,144.28

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Additional Information

Admission

Domestic and International student admission requirements

Admission Requirements for 2017 - 2018 academic year:

  • OSSD or equivalent (Mohawk Academic Upgrading, GED) including:
    • Grade 12 English, C or U or equivalent
    • Grade 12 Mathematics; MCT4C; or any U or equivalent; or MAP4C ≥ 80%*
    • Senior Chemistry C or U or equivalent
    • Senior Physics is recommended
  • Students should have a working knowledge of MS Office and Office Suite prior to starting the program. Computer Skills for College COMP CO002 or equivalent is recommended.

Admission Requirements for 2018 - 2019 academic year:

  • OSSD or equivalent (Mohawk Academic Upgrading, GED) including:
    • Grade 12 English, C or U or equivalent
    • Grade 12 Mathematics; MCT4C; or any U or equivalent; or MAP4C ≥ 80%*
    • Senior Chemistry is recommended
    • Senior Physics is recommended
  • Students should have a working knowledge of MS Office and Office Suite prior to starting the program. Computer Skills for College COMP CO002 or equivalent is recommended.

Note: Applicants that do not satisfy minimum requirements will be provided an alternate offer to Pre-Technology as a pathway to desired program. Successful graduates from this program will be considered for advanced standing into original program choice.

* Applicants with a MAP4C from 60-79% that would like to challenge the math requirements may do so by writing a Pre-admission assessment test for a fee.

    Option are available for mature applicants.

    Language Requirements for International Students:

    • See below for accepted equivalents for Grade 12 English:

    Don't have the necessary requirements?

    Experiential Learning

    How you’ll gain skills

    • Through 600 hours of practical hands-on laboratory experience using state-of-the- art equipment.
    • By completing collaborative projects in conjunction with industrial partners.
    • Gain valuable experience during co-op work terms.

    Co-op Content

    Co-op Format (Fall Intake)

    September to December January to April May to August
    Semester 1 Semester 2 Vacation
    Semester 3  Semester 4 Work Term 1 (Co-op)
    Semester 5 Work Term 2 (Co-op) Work Term 3 (Co-op)
    Work Term 4 (Co-op) Semester 6  

     

    Co-op Format (Winter Intake)

    September to December  January to April May to August
    N/A Semester 1 Semester 2
    Semester 3 Semester 4 Work Term 1 (Co-op)
    Semester 5 Work Term 2 (Co-op) Work Term 3 (Co-op)
    Work Term 4 (Co-op) Semester 6  

    Learn more about Chemical Engineering Technology

    Work Term Capabilities

    (which do not reflect individual work experiences & exposures)

    Work Term 1

    • Fundamental material balances
    • Gravimetric analysis
    • Titrimetric analysis
    • Fluid flow analysis
    • Heat transfer analysis
    • pH measurements
    • Spectrophotometric analysis (AA,UV-VIS)
    • Water hardness testing
    • Material hardness testing
    • Material and energy balances
    • Chemical engineering principles
    • Kinetic analysis
    • Project management concepts
    • Quality Assurance Concepts (Matrix spiking, internal and external standards, Standard Addition-
    • ISO concepts and ASTM
    • Basic electronic and electrical design
    • Small scale glassware use (distillation, extractions, drying, filtrations)
    • Instrument use (thermocouples, refractive index, melting point)
    • Analytical methods of analysis (redox, chromatography, acid-base normality, gravimetric analysis, autotitration)
    • Pharmaceutical and Food Quality guidelines (GLPs, GMPs, ICH, USP, HAACP, Codex)

    Work Term 2, 3, and 4

    • P.C. data acquisition and Control
    • Law and ethics concepts
    • Excel / macro programming
    • Sensor calibration and diagnostics
    • Analytical methods of analysis
    • Small scale glassware operations
    • Basic organic synthesis and analysis
    • Instrumental methods of analysis (spectroscopy - AA, UV, IR-, GC/MS, HPLC, NMR)
    • Project Management Concepts

    Salary Range

      Work Term 1 Work Term 2 Work Term 3 Work Term 4
    Range $14.98 - $23.67 $15.97 - $24.48 $16.50 - $25.50 $17.00 - $26.25
    Average $18.03 $18.92 $19.97 $21.06

    For further information, please contact:

    Julie Farnand, Co-op Specialist
    Phone: 905-575-2163
    Fax: 905-575-2359
    Email: julie.farnand [at] mohawkcollege.ca (Julie Farnand)

    Opportunities

    Opportunities

    Where you can go next

    • Mohawk offers a diverse range of programs to further your studies: **
      • Brock University – Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
      • Davenport University – Bachelor of Business Administration General Business
      • McMaster University – Bachelor of Technology in Manufacturing Engineering Technology
    • Visit mohawkcollege.ca/transfer for degree completion opportunities outside of Ontario.
    • View our pathways map PDF. This Pathways map shows how the identified program can lead to future program choices.
    • See ontransfer.ca for additional opportunities at other colleges or universities in Ontario.

    Your future career options

    • Chemical Engineering Technologist

    Where you could work includes:

    • Petrochemical Industries
    • Water/Wastewater Facilities
    • Chemical Labs
    • Pharmaceutical Industries
    • Food and Beverage Industries
    • Chemical Processing
    • Technical Sales
    • Research

    Opportunities for grads

    • Graduates may be eligible to be registered as associate members of The Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT).

    Affiliations

    Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists (OACETT) upon submission of the Graduate Application form available through OACETT.

    Course Overview & Descriptions

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    Learning Outcomes

    Program Learning Outcomes, often referred to as ‘Program Standards', set out the essential learning that a student must achieve before being deemed ready to graduate.

    In many cases these program learning outcomes were developed by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) in consultation with employers and educators who are experts in the program field. To ensure the outcomes remain current and in line with industry needs, we invite our employers, graduates working in the field and current students to re-examine and update them during regular, ongoing program review focus groups.

    Contact us

    Student Recruitment

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    Domestic Canadian Students
    Email: discover@mohawkcollege.ca

    International Students
    Contact International
    Phone: 1-905-575-2254

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    Philippines: 180011102544

    Admissions

    Contact our Admissions advisors for help with your application.

    Domestic Canadian Students
    Contact Admissions
    Phone: 1-844-767-6871

    International Students*
    Contact International Admissions
    Phone: 1-905-575-2254

    *Not all programs are international eligible. Please see our programs available for international students.

    Accessible Learning Services

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    Program Coordinator

    First year students, please contact Cindy Mehlenbacher, Second and 3rd year students, please contact Ayaaz Pirani.

    Student Success Advisors

    Student Success Advisors

    • Student Success Advisors assist current students to transition to college life, co-creating an academic success plan, advice on course selection, changing programs, or referrals to specialized support services. If you need help applying to Mohawk, contact Admissions (for International Students, please contact International Admissions).

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    Canadian Domestic Students

    Fennell Campus (FF)
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    Jan 2020
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    International Students

    Co-op option