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5 Best Schools for Chemical Engineering in the US

5 Best Schools for Chemical Engineering in the US

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5 Best Schools for Chemical Engineering in the US

Chemical engineering may be an ideal field of study for you if you enjoy chemistry, problem-solving, math, and physics. Chemical engineers are high in demand, and their salaries are typically higher than those of other engineers.

The 11 colleges listed below provide strong chemical engineering programs and ample research possibilities for students.

California Institute of Technology

CalTech, based in Pasadena, California, frequently competes with MIT for the top spot in engineering program rankings. The total number of undergraduates at the university is less than 1,000 students. When you combine it with a 3 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio, you can expect plenty of special personal attention from professors and research opportunities.

CalTech has a very high admittance bar. The acceptance rate is in the single digits, and you’ll need a math SAT score of 790-800 or an ACT math score of 35 or 36 to be considered.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MIT consistently ranks first in engineering school rankings in the United States and around the world, and its chemical engineering department is among the best. Cambridge, Massachusetts, is located across the Charles River from Boston, and the city is home to a plethora of IT companies that provide extra opportunities.

The MIT admissions bar is high, with a single-digit acceptance rate, and applicants will require a strong high school transcript, near-perfect SAT or ACT scores (particularly in math).

Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech is frequently ranked among the best engineering schools in the country, and it is also of great value as a public university in a state with low tuition.

Chemical engineering and biomedical engineering both have a school at Georgia Tech, and the two fields have a lot of overlap.

While Georgia Tech’s admissions process isn’t as choosy as those of colleges like CalTech, MIT, and Stanford, it is nonetheless extremely competitive. Only around 20% of applicants are accepted, and those that are admitted typically have SAT and ACT scores that are far above average.

Princeton University

Princeton University’s engineering program continues to grow its national and worldwide reputation as the sole member of the elite Ivy League on this list.

Princeton is one of the most selective Ivies, with an admittance rate of roughly 6%. Applicants will need a stellar high school transcript, extremely high standardized test scores, and significant achievements outside of the classroom.

Rice University

Chemical engineering is a highly recognized program at Rice University in Houston. The program graduates more than 50 students each year, making it one of the most popular majors among undergraduates. Students have plenty of possibilities to undertake paid research thanks to the university’s undergraduate concentration, 6 to 1 student/faculty ratio, and $6.5 billion endowments.

Students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering can specialize in one of five areas. Students might also choose not to specialize and instead concentrate on engineering breadth.

Rice, like numerous other colleges on our list, is extremely selective, with an acceptance rate in the single digits. Admitted students often have “A” averages in high school and SAT or ACT scores in the top 1% to 2%.

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