Addressing Global Challenges: Kettering’s Chemical Engineering Programs
Our chemical engineering curriculum is designed to prepare you to improve the world around you. You’ll learn to apply theory to practice in innovative on-campus laboratories , the backbone of our chemical engineering programs. There, you’ll collaborate with peers on projects, learn critically important skills and get real hands-on experience with industrial chemical equipment and processes.
Undergraduate students work in a built-in, paid co-op program, meaning you’ll realize return on investment on your chemical engineering degree right away. Once you have your degree in chemical engineering, you’ll rise to the top of the candidate pool and be able to list years of professional experience on your resume.
In addition to the chemical engineering degree, there are also several minors and elective that will allow you to tailor your degree to meet your career goals. Our chemical engineering students can complete minors in areas like sustainability, manufacturing, business, and computer science and also take elective courses in areas like bioengineering, polymers, materials engineering, and battery technology.
At Kettering, you’ll learn in small classes and have access to social events that help connect you with students and faculty — and build a lifelong network of professionals you can also call friends.
Chemical Engineering Degrees
Kettering’s chemical engineering courses and programs teach you how to apply the principles of chemistry, math, physics and biology to design and enhance cutting-edge processes. Throughout the curriculum, you’ll build skills to help organizations revolutionize performance and product quality, increase profitability, reduce waste and pollution and adhere to strict safety standards.
And, you’ll find our chemical engineering program leads to more than an everyday job — it can serve as the cornerstone for a rewarding, thriving career in fields ranging from petrochemicals and pharmaceuticals to alternative energy, aerospace and food.
Choose your degree in chemical engineering.