Chemical Engineering

Phranc DeGuzman

What is this??

Chemical engineering involves transforming one thing into another like a magician!

Chemical engineers are enablers which are people who makes things happen efficiently on a massive, industrial manufacturing scale. They use skills in chemistry, physics and mathematics which makes them so valuable.

I have my ION this field!

Chemistry is my favorite subject in my years of high school. I love being able to combine substances to make a completely different substance. There are a lot of hands-on activities involved in Chemical engineer which is the best way for me to learn.

BASIC day

Nothing very acidic but Chemical engineers work mostly in offices or labs. They may spend time at industrial plants, refineries, and other locations, where they monitor or direct operations or solve onsite problems. Nearly all chemical engineers work full time.

Ca$h Money

$66,400 - National starting salary

$71,814 - Texas starting salary

Exp

Chemical engineers must have a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering. They need to have practical experience. Prospective chemists should get involved in cooperative engineering programs, in which students earn college credit for structured job experience which are valuable as well.

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