Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering

All undergraduates in Chemical Engineering take required courses in Chemical Processes, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer and more. Through elective courses, however, you can tailor the program and focus on specific disciplines, including:

Bioengineering
Nano and Advanced Materials
Energy and Sustainability
Advanced Chemical Engineering

 

A ChE degree will prepare you careers in:

Environmental protection
Pharmaceutical manufacturing
Renewable energy production
Business consulting
Consumer product development

More information about the Chemical Engineering program:

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Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering

Career Outlook: Chemical Engineers (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)

2015 Median Pay

$97,360 per year

Entry-Level Education

Bachelor’s degree

Number of Jobs, 2014

34,300

Job Outlook, 2014-24

2%

Employment Change, 2014-24

600

Villanova University Chemical Engineering Class of 2016 median starting salary: $59,027

Accreditation:

The Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org

Department Mission Statement:

The Chemical Engineering Department is committed to providing undergraduate and graduate students innovative and effective educational experiences that will prepare them for the technological, professional, and societal challenges of their careers.  Through research that advances engineering and scientific knowledge, the Department inspires students and brings value to the University and the broader community.

Contact Us

Department Chair

Noelle Comolli, PhD
Noelle.Comolli@Villanova.edu
610-519-7134

Office Assistant: Colleen Stover
Colleen.Stover@Villanova.edu
610-519-4950