New York Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering Schools in New York
State Facts
Chemical Engineering Schools in New York:
16
Undergraduate Programs:
16
Graduate Programs:
13
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
15
Average Classroom Size:
14 Students
Largest School:
Syracuse University
(32,675 Students)

If you want to study chemical engineering, New York is just the state for you! With 16 chemical engineering schools, New York offers plenty of diversity. Three schools have Associate's degree programs and 15 schools have Bachelor's degree programs. There are 13 schools with Master's and doctoral programs. The average cost of tuition is $14,100 per semester.

To qualify for most chemical engineering jobs in New York, you will need a Bachelor's degree from an ABET-accredited school. You may be able to graduate in eight semesters, earning 120 credits by taking courses like Chemical Reaction Engineering, Chemical Process Control, and Process Simulation & Design. These courses include a mix of theory and practical experience, helping you build your skills and understanding at the same time.

After completing your Bachelor's degree, you may want to continue your education and delve into the research of chemical engineering. You can earn a Master's degree in two to three years; PhD completion time depends on how quickly you can write and defend a thesis. Courses you may take at this level include Polymer Processing, Biointerfacial Engineering, and Chemical Engineering Transport Processes.

There are a variety of tuition rates in New York, thanks to the wide array of schools in the state. One of the lowest-priced schools is CUNY Hostos Community College Tuition is $2,100 per semester for residents and $280 per credit hour for non-residents. Clarkson University has some of the highest tuition rates in New York; all students pay $21,265 per semester.

Applying for scholarships can lower the amount of student debt you need to take on. At the University of Rochester, for example, you can apply for the Kearns Center Scholarship.

All licensure of Professional Engineers in New York goes through the New York Office of the Professions. You must first pass the NCEES exam and then apply for your license.

You may benefit greatly from membership in the New York State Society of Professional Engineers. This group offers career resource, continuing education classes, and networking events. This can help you improve your income potential. The average salary for a New York chemical engineers is $91,500 per year, according to O*Net.

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