Michigan Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering Schools in Michigan
State Facts
Chemical Engineering Schools in Michigan:
8
Undergraduate Programs:
8
Graduate Programs:
7
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
8
Average Classroom Size:
16 Students
Largest School:
Michigan State University
(53,371 Students)

As you prepare to start a career in chemical engineering, there are eight Michigan schools you can consider attending. Two schools have Associate's-level programs. All eight schools have Bachelor's degree programs, Master's degree programs, and PhD programs. In Michigan, the average cost of tuition is $16,000 per semester.

When you start digging into the field of chemical engineering, it's clear that there is a lot to learn about this exciting industry. To meet the requirements for most entry-level jobs, you need to complete a Bachelor's degree. Most students complete their 120 required credits in four to five years. You can take your education further with a Master's degree or PhD; respectively, these degrees take two and seven years.

Many courses require a variety of lab and lecture hours. Lecture hours give you the theoretical understanding you need, while your lab hours give you priceless hands-on experience. Some courses you may take at the undergraduate level include Principles of Chemical Engineering, Cell & Tissue Engineering, and Introduction to Polymers. At the level of a Master's degree, you may take courses like Chemical Engineering Kinetics, Polymer Rheology & Processing, and Transport Phenomena.

There are several different tuition rates in Michigan, giving you the opportunity to choose a school that fits into your budget. One of the lowest-priced schools in the state is Western Michigan University. Residents pay $5,292 per semester and non-residents pay $12,169 per semester. Tuition at Kettering University is $14,768 per semester.

If you begin applying for scholarships early and often, you can make a sizable dent in your educational expenses. The College of Engineering at Michigan State University offers many different scholarships. In total, they award over 300 scholarships. This college awards over $600,000 in engineering scholarships every year.

In Michigan, the practice and licensing of Professional Engineers goes through the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs. You may be able to get your license after passing the Principles & Practice of Engineering exam.

It's important to allow time in your schedule for professional growth. You can learn all about continuing education classes and networking events by joining the Michigan Society of Professional Engineers.

Even as a new engineer, you can earn a great salary. O*Net reports that the average salary for a Michigan chemical engineer is $91,900 per year.

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