Graduates with a chemical engineering degree are one companies' most desired employees. And with opportunities in every industry from textiles to food to energy production, you can find your place to shine and excel.
As a chemical engineering major, you can also pursue a concentration in bioengineering. The bioengineering concentration will give you specialized knowledge in biomedical applications and bioprocessing for pharmaceuticals and converting biomass into energy and other products.
If you want to weave the excitement of chemistry and the intricacy of advanced math, chemical engineering is the program for you.