Its a evergreen industry and demand for chemical engineers are going high every year.
WHAT TO STUDY:
To begin with - Bachelor's degree will likely be the best degree choice for you. It takes 4-5 years of full-time study to earn a Bachelor's degree.
You need 12 to 18 credits per semester for a total of 120 credits.
You core subject could be Cell & Tissue Engineering, Biomass Refinery Operations, and Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics.
But to land in a great company and in good profile you need 2 years Master's degree or a 7 years PhD. These classes are typically much more demanding, but it wont be tough you have learnt the basics in Bachelor's-level of chemical engineering.
You may take choose your majors like Polymer Rheology & Processing, Transport Phenomena, and Viscous Flow.
But they wont be boring as your study includes Lecture hours + Lab hours.
Lecture hours give you the theoretical understanding you need, while lab hours gives the practical experience that's expected of you.
WHERE TO STUDY:
The University of Maryland, Johns Hopkins University (you can apply for scholarships like the ASHRAE Scholarship, the B. Charles Tiney Memorial Scholarship, and the SMART Scholarship)
Always best to check your country job sites like indeed/monstor so that you are aware that what do the industry currently seeking from the candidates in their job listings. If you know someone from those hiring companies, known contact keep in touch for guidance and smooth path from study - internship - job. Globally Chemical Engineers are of very high demand so you may travel the globe too.
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