Available as an accredited bachelor of science in engineering (B.S.E) degree with a concentration in chemical engineering
Chemical engineers solve problems big and small – from the challenges of improving foods and fertilizers to the complexities of developing pharmaceuticals that help battle life-threatening diseases.
As a chemical engineer, you can find a niche in many areas
of science or engineering because chemical engineers are in high demand,
especially in the chemical, pharmaceutical, petroleum and process/manufacturing
industries. These engineers devise ways to make products from raw materials and
to convert materials into other useful forms. Chemical engineers make processes
more cost-effective and more environmentally friendly or efficient.
Chemical engineers tend to interpret and understand the
world through hands-on study, so Olivet provides every opportunity to foster
that approach. Through the School of Engineering and in collaboration with the
Olivet chemistry department, your courses, projects and professional
development opportunities prepare you to make important contributions as a
Visit the Olivet campus to hear and see how an Olivet
engineering degree will shape your future.
Consider a career as a chemical engineer if
fields: Alternative energy, applications engineer, chemical engineer,
environmental or patent law, manufacturing engineer, materials engineer,
medicine, mining engineer, petroleum industry, pharmaceutical industry, plant
manager, product/process development scientist, quality manager, research and
development, research engineer.