Chemical Engineering

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Chemical Engineering-An Overview

Chemical Engineering apply chemistry, physics, biology, and math to solve issues pertaining to the use or production of fuel, medication, food and chemicals. They also engineer equipment and processes for manufacturing, supervise production, and test methods of treating byproducts of manufacturing.
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A Typical Day for a Chemical Engineer

A typical day starts off with a drive to a laboratory or office. They must be able to work with professionals who work on other systems and with the technicians who put their designs into practice. Work could also be at industrial plants or refineries, where the main job is monitoring operations or solving problems onsite.

Starting Salary

The Median Starting Salary for chemical engineers with bachelor's degrees is about $65,000 a year. The median starting salary of chemical engineers with Master's degrees in the US is $77,000. Getting a doctorate in chemical engineering is well worth the money, as the median starting salary is $92,800.
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Necessary Education

A Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering is required for all Chemical Engineering jobs. There are certain universities that offer enrollment in a 5-year program that results in both a bachelor's and master's degree in Chemical Engineering. Important Qualities for a chemical engineer include math skills, problem-solving skills, ingenuity, creativity, and interpersonal skills.