Process and Product Design

The Process and Product Design programme prepares trainees for leading functions in the broad field of process design and knowledge-intensive product development.
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

The objective is to develop their ability to define feasible targets, to identify and acquire the available means, and to synthesize these skills in the form of a completed result within the time agreed on. Linked to this all is the ability to work in and lead a usually multidisciplinary team. These are characteristic qualities for the profession of design engineer in the process and product industry.

One of the main features of the program is expressed in its name: besides attention to process design much attention is paid to the relation between the process and the structure and functionality of the product. This leads to the integration of process and product related disciplines in the development, design, and operationalization of processes. More and more, process engineers are finding employment in the performance products manufacturing industry.

PDEng degree

When you successfully complete the Designer’s programme, you will receive a certified diploma. You are entitled to use the academic degree Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng).

Benefits

A certified Process and Product designer has in-depth knowledge of design processes, theoretical as well as practical, which clearly distinguishes him/her from a ‘normal’ MSc. Most of the graduates find excellent positions in the chemical and performance products manufacturing industry, often within the company where the final design project was carried out.

Curriculum

The programme starts with a year of advanced education, followed by a major technological design project of eight to twelve months in a company. The programme consists of the following courses:


First year:

Technical courses:

  • Plant Design and Scale Up
  • Product Design
  • Applied Statistics
  • Project Management
  • Polymer Reaction Engineering
  • Chemical Thermodynamics
  • Process Modelling, Simulation and Control
  • Chemical Reactor Development and Process Intensification
  • Process Synthesis
  • Process Economics
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics

    Non-technical courses:
  • Methods and Techniques for Design
  • Professional Development
  • Technical Writing and Editing
  • Project Management

    Second year
  • Technological design project (75 ECTs)

More information

Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Process and Product Design website.

The objective is to develop their ability to define feasible targets, to identify and acquire the available means, and to synthesize these skills in the form of a completed result within the time agreed on. Linked to this all is the ability to work in and lead a usually multidisciplinary team. These are characteristic qualities for the profession of design engineer in the process and product industry.

One of the main features of the program is expressed in its name: besides attention to process design much attention is paid to the relation between the process and the structure and functionality of the product. This leads to the integration of process and product related disciplines in the development, design, and operationalization of processes. More and more, process engineers are finding employment in the performance products manufacturing industry.

PDEng degree

When you successfully complete the Designer’s programme, you will receive a certified diploma. You are entitled to use the academic degree Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng).

Benefits

A certified Process and Product designer has in-depth knowledge of design processes, theoretical as well as practical, which clearly distinguishes him/her from a ‘normal’ MSc. Most of the graduates find excellent positions in the chemical and performance products manufacturing industry, often within the company where the final design project was carried out.

Curriculum

The programme starts with a year of advanced education, followed by a major technological design project of eight to twelve months in a company. The programme consists of the following courses:


First year:

Technical courses:

  • Plant Design and Scale Up
  • Product Design
  • Applied Statistics
  • Project Management
  • Polymer Reaction Engineering
  • Chemical Thermodynamics
  • Process Modelling, Simulation and Control
  • Chemical Reactor Development and Process Intensification
  • Process Synthesis
  • Process Economics
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics

    Non-technical courses:
  • Methods and Techniques for Design
  • Professional Development
  • Technical Writing and Editing
  • Project Management

    Second year
  • Technological design project (75 ECTs)

More information

Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Process and Product Design website.

Process and Product Design

The objective is to develop their ability to define feasible targets, to identify and acquire the available means, and to synthesize these skills in the form of a completed result within the time agreed on. Linked to this all is the ability to work in and lead a usually multidisciplinary team. These are characteristic qualities for the profession of design engineer in the process and product industry.

One of the main features of the program is expressed in its name: besides attention to process design much attention is paid to the relation between the process and the structure and functionality of the product. This leads to the integration of process and product related disciplines in the development, design, and operationalization of processes. More and more, process engineers are finding employment in the performance products manufacturing industry.

PDEng degree

When you successfully complete the Designer’s programme, you will receive a certified diploma. You are entitled to use the academic degree Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng).

Benefits

A certified Process and Product designer has in-depth knowledge of design processes, theoretical as well as practical, which clearly distinguishes him/her from a ‘normal’ MSc. Most of the graduates find excellent positions in the chemical and performance products manufacturing industry, often within the company where the final design project was carried out.

Curriculum

The programme starts with a year of advanced education, followed by a major technological design project of eight to twelve months in a company. The programme consists of the following courses:


First year:

Technical courses:

  • Plant Design and Scale Up
  • Product Design
  • Applied Statistics
  • Project Management
  • Polymer Reaction Engineering
  • Chemical Thermodynamics
  • Process Modelling, Simulation and Control
  • Chemical Reactor Development and Process Intensification
  • Process Synthesis
  • Process Economics
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics

    Non-technical courses:
  • Methods and Techniques for Design
  • Professional Development
  • Technical Writing and Editing
  • Project Management

    Second year
  • Technological design project (75 ECTs)

More information

Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Process and Product Design website.

The objective is to develop their ability to define feasible targets, to identify and acquire the available means, and to synthesize these skills in the form of a completed result within the time agreed on. Linked to this all is the ability to work in and lead a usually multidisciplinary team. These are characteristic qualities for the profession of design engineer in the process and product industry.

One of the main features of the program is expressed in its name: besides attention to process design much attention is paid to the relation between the process and the structure and functionality of the product. This leads to the integration of process and product related disciplines in the development, design, and operationalization of processes. More and more, process engineers are finding employment in the performance products manufacturing industry.

PDEng degree

When you successfully complete the Designer’s programme, you will receive a certified diploma. You are entitled to use the academic degree Professional Doctorate in Engineering (PDEng).

Benefits

A certified Process and Product designer has in-depth knowledge of design processes, theoretical as well as practical, which clearly distinguishes him/her from a ‘normal’ MSc. Most of the graduates find excellent positions in the chemical and performance products manufacturing industry, often within the company where the final design project was carried out.

Curriculum

The programme starts with a year of advanced education, followed by a major technological design project of eight to twelve months in a company. The programme consists of the following courses:


First year:

Technical courses:

  • Plant Design and Scale Up
  • Product Design
  • Applied Statistics
  • Project Management
  • Polymer Reaction Engineering
  • Chemical Thermodynamics
  • Process Modelling, Simulation and Control
  • Chemical Reactor Development and Process Intensification
  • Process Synthesis
  • Process Economics
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics

    Non-technical courses:
  • Methods and Techniques for Design
  • Professional Development
  • Technical Writing and Editing
  • Project Management

    Second year
  • Technological design project (75 ECTs)

More information

Learn more about this programme and how to apply by visiting the Process and Product Design website.