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Chemical Engineering

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Transcript of Chemical Engineering

Specialization Chemical Engineering Okoduwa Aboiralor
Maelani Palomares
Sara Pena
Period 1 Salary Work Environment The majority of chemical engineers work in large-scale production facilities both indoors and outdoors
research facilities
manufacturing facilities
pilot plant facilities
business and management offices
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"The Duties and Responsibilities of a Chemical Engineer." Enterprise IT Solutions and Services | Publishing, IT, Education, Energy, Insurance: Exforsys. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Apr. 2013. <http://www.exforsys.com/career-center/career-tracks/the-duties-and-responsibilities-of-a-chemical-engineer.html>. Job Titles Duties and Responsibilities Demand Education With a Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering You Can . . . Must have a four-year’s bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering
The course work must include study in the areas of physics, chemistry, mathematics, and sciences
To advance through the ranks and work-environment-hierarchy, one can go through additional classes and obtain higher degrees
This might also have a positive effect on annual income Chemical Engineer Biotechnical Engineer Chemical Plant Engineer Computer Systems Engineer They apply both medical and technological principles in order to develop, design, and produce medical technology intended to aid handicapped patients, be used as joint replacements, and increase the effectiveness of surgical procedures. They apply mathematical, physics, and scientific principles to produce, alter, and research large volumes of materials and specialty chemicals.
The primary purpose is to create and or synthesize better materials for widespread use. They apply their knowledge of technology, circuitry, and mathematics to repair, produce, and research different types of technological equipment.
They also improve software and hardware to ensure that they operate efficiently. Chemical engineers must research the pros and cons of the use of certain materials.
Chemical engineers must also determine which manufacturing processes would be most environmentally friendly and cost-effective.
Chemical engineers must test materials and chemicals to see how well they fulfill their purposes. A large number of chemical engineers will be needed for additional technological research, development, and the analysis of alternative energy sources.
From 2010 to 2020, according to the US Bureau of Labor Stats, the job outlook is expected to increase 6% This career field is known as the "universal engineering field" for the reason that it is generalized. plastic project engineer
development engineer
environmental technician
manufacturing process engineer
senior solutions architect
process optimization manager
lead process controls engineer
facilities and environmental engineering supervisor
maintenance planner They work primarily in coastal regions. Bachelor's degree $54,000 Universities and Colleges Cal State Poly Carnegie Mellon Princeton Tufts University Stanford UC Berkeley UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara Carnegie Mellon Public with a 22:1 student/ faculty ratio
Suburbs
Cost of Attendance $30, 673
Tuition $13,671
offers a wide variety of elective courses
Chemical engineering program ranked 2nd in the US in 2010 Private with an 8:1 student/faculty ratio
Pittsburgh, PA in the city
Cost of attendance $59,710
Tuition and Fees $45, 760
have several salaried internship opportunities
offers international exchange programs Doctoral degree $80,000 Master degree $58,000
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