About the job:
As a Chemical Engineer, your job is to solve problems that involve the production and use of chemicals, fuel, food and drugs. You also design processes and equipment for manufacturing, plan production methods and can direct facility operations.
As a Chemical Engineer, you might potentially face:
- A hazardous work environment
- Long work hours
As a Chemical Engineer, you might potentially benefit from:
- Intellectually stimulating work
- A competitive salary
- 40+ hours a week
- Mostly lab or office work
Are you the right fit?
- General Sciences
Will you make money?
In order to become a Chemical Engineer, you must:
- Obtain a Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering or a related field
Please note the following:
- Programs in Chemical Engineering usually take 4 years to complete and include classroom, laboratory, and field studies
- High school students interested in studying chemical engineering will benefit from taking science courses, such as chemistry, physics, and biology
- You also should take math courses, including algebra, trigonometry, and calculus
There is a small fee of $75 for participating in this activity, which also includes a meal, a take home certificate, and more.
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