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Job Description • Chemical engineers are generally employed to take chemical discoveries made by laboratory. • Chemical engineers design and manage industrial level chemical processes in economic sectors as varied as energy.
Job Definition • chemical engineering • noun the science or profession of applying chemistry to industrial processes.
Chemical Engineer Salary • As a chemical engineer your salary would be between 80,000 and 120,000 a year
Job Qualifications • A bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering: usually taking 4-5 years • A master's degree can be earned in about 1-2 years of full time study • Many Chemical Engineering jobs require additional degrees like a master's degree in business administration • To teach in an university or do research a doctorate is required usually taking about 4 years of full-time study past the bachelor's degree level
Interesting Facts • If you major in Chemical Engineering, you'll learn how to reorganize the structure of molecules and how to design chemical processes. • Most chemical engineering jobs require or strongly prefer candidates with a degree in chemical engineering or a related field. Check out the program below which offer free information
Interesting Facts • Run-of-the-mill chemists develop new compounds and determine the structures and properties of things that already exist. You knew that. • Chemical Engineering is different from and more complicated than chemistry because it emphasizes the commercial applications of chemical reactions
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