Why Chemical Engineering?
Chemical engineers have skills and expertise that are valued in industries as diverse as energy and fuel production, commodity and specialty chemicals, environmental engineering, food processing, health care, and biotechnology. Chemical engineers design and implement the process for producing pharmaceuticals, semiconductors and alternative energy. Their professional and analytical skills also provide a strong foundation in careers such as finance, management, medicine and law.
Throughout their careers, chemical engineers have tremendous opportunities for professional development, to work with diverse audiences around the world and to have an impact on society.
If you are considering an education at K-State, check out the following links:
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Resources for International students
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College of Engineering Scholarships
Each year, the College of Engineering makes scholarships available to new and continuing students. Scholarship applications are coordinated through the College of Engineering’s Associate Dean’s office. To be eligible for all scholarships, new students must apply by November 1 the year prior to their start at K-State.
About 30% of the chemical engineering undergraduate students receive scholarships awarded yearly through the College of Engineering Scholarship Committee. The funds for these grants are donated by individuals, industry, and other organizations.