Montana Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering Schools in Montana
State Facts
Chemical Engineering Schools in Montana:
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Graduate Programs:
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
Average Classroom Size:
17 Students
Largest School:
Montana State University
(16,209 Students)

A career in chemical engineering gives you the opportunity to work with some of the most advanced technology in the country. Montana is home to one school that awards chemical engineering degrees: Montana State University in Bozeman. This college has Associate's degree, Bachelor's degree, Master's degree, and PhD programs. The average cost of tuition is $6,800 per semester.

If you do not have a Bachelor's degree in chemical engineering or a related field, you'll need to start with a Bachelor's degree to be qualified for entry-level jobs. To earn your 120 credits, you may have to take classes like Principles of Chemical Engineering, Cell & Tissue Engineering, and Process Simulation & Design. If you attend school full-time, plan on graduating in about four years.

Post-graduate degrees, including Master's degrees and PhDs, require the completion of a Bachelor's degree. To earn a Master's degree, you have to spend two additional years in school. To earn a PhD, you may spend three to eight years in school. Classes at this level include Chemical Reactor Analysis & Design, Unit Operations, and Chemical Engineering Kinetics.

At Montana State University, tuition rates vary for residents and non-residents, as well as undergraduate and undergraduate students. Undergraduate residents pay $8,085 per semester and non-residents pay $10,357 per semester. Tuition rates jump to $7,160 and $11,980 at the graduate level.

There are myriad scholarships for engineering students in Montana! Montana State University awards scholarships like the William V. Benjamin Scholarship, the Cesarani Scholarship, and the Dufresne Foundation Scholarship. You can also apply for scholarships through the Billings Engineers Club.

In Montana, you must get your Professional Engineer license from the Montana Board of Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors before representing yourself as a PE. The Board will require you to pass the Principles & Practice of Engineering exam before they give you a license.

As soon as you start preparing for your new career, consider joining the Montana Society of Engineers. Their ongoing education events and job listings can help you take your career to the next level. You may even be able to earn more money! The average salary for a Montana chemical engineer is $90,400, according to O*Net.

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Chemical Engineering Schools in Montana
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• Bozeman
, MT
• Public
• Rural Setting
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