There is a growing sense of national and global urgency regarding carbon and climate change with particular emphasis on our energy system. Unfortunately, the answers are not simple. In this course, students explore our wide range of traditional and renewable energy sources and how these options impact our environment and society.

This course informs and engages students to be thoughtful, rather than passive, consumers of energy. Students gain the knowledge necessary to be articulate in career, community, and personal arenas regarding renewable energy resources. In addition, students develop the ability to evaluate and respond to present and future technological changes that impact their energy use in the workplace, at home, and in the community.

 This course covers selected topics of  treatment of waste liquids include : sources and characteristics of industrial waste liquid, waste liquid treatment operations ,preliminary and primary treatment, basic of biological treatment , biological treatment processes and miscellaneous operations.  

Energy and sustainable development - Scientific principles and foundations of renewable energy

The course aims to study the basic principles and applications of automatic control in the field of chemical engineering

This course aims to discuss the sweetening process of natural gas  by removing hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide using ammonia and alkaline salts, it also discuss the dehydration process of gases using adsorption. Removal of sulfur dioxide and recovery of sulfur will be discussed. 

This course aims to know the concepts and the definitions of petrochemicals , the classification of raw materials according to their sources. Unit productions and the synthesis of organic compunds on the bases of the acetylene, butadiene ,propylene and aromatic compounds will be discussed.  An overview of thermal cracking operation and production of plastics, rubbers and fibers will be presented at the end of the course