Delaware Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering Schools in Delaware
State Facts
Chemical Engineering Schools in Delaware:
1
Undergraduate Programs:
1
Graduate Programs:
1
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
1
Average Classroom Size:
15 Students
Largest School:
University of Delaware
(23,304 Students)

If your career goals include an exciting job in chemical engineering, there is one Delaware school that can help you make your dreams come true: the University of Delaware. This school has chemical engineering programs at the Associate's degree, Bachelor's degree, Master's degree, and PhD levels. The average cost of tuition is $9,700 per semester.

Your educational journey will most likely start with a Bachelor's degree in chemical engineering. This degree, which contains 120 credits of general education courses and engineering courses, can often be completed in four years or so. Bachelor's-level courses include Circuit Theory, Process Simulation & Design, and Cell & Tissue Engineering. You may find that many of these courses have a required lab component in which you master engineering techniques and materials.

Completing a Master's degree or PhD can prepare you for a career in research. Courses required at this level tend to be advanced, in-depth, and very rigorous. Your curriculum may include courses like Transport Phenomena, Polymer Rheology & Processing, and Mass Transfer. A PhD generally takes about five years longer than a Master's degree, since you have to complete a thesis.

Although there is only one chemical engineering school in Delaware, costs vary depending on residency status and financial aid. Delaware residents can expect to pay $5,290 per semester at the University of Delaware, while non-residents can expect to spend $14,200 per semester.

Applying for scholarships and grants is an excellent way to cover some or all of your educational costs. Delaware Valley Engineers Week awards a variety of scholarships each year, including the Delaware Valley Engineers Week Undergraduate Scholarship, the Lewis A. Caccese Scholarship, and the John Morrison Memorial Scholarship.

The final step to take before starting your career is getting your Professional Engineer license from the Delaware Professional Engineering Licensing Board. You may receive your license after passing the required NCEES exam.

There are many benefits to joining the Delaware Engineering Society, especially for a new engineer. You may enjoy networking benefits, continuing education courses, and legislative updates.

Salaries in this field depend on a number of factors. However, O*Net reports that the average salary for a chemical engineer in Delaware is $122,900 per year.

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Chemical Engineering Schools in Delaware
School Information
• Newark
, DE
• Public
College
• Suburban Setting
Moderate
Admissions
Campus Size
Tuition Price
Online Courses
Large
Student Body
Degree Levels
Programs Offered
57%
42%
Associate
Bachelor
Master
Doctorate
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Marine Engineering
Mechanical Engineering