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Masters in Chemical Engineering

If you want to combine a love of science and engineering to solve problems and increase your knowledge of the ways in which raw materials can be transformed into useful products, a Masters in Chemical Engineering degree could be for you, paving the way for many possible chemical engineering jobs.

Read on to find out more about common Masters in Chemical Engineering degree types, entry requirements, specializations and career options.

Key Skills

Chemical engineering key skills
  • Advanced knowledge of chemical engineering concepts, practices and methods
  • Strong independent research skills
  • Innovative approach to problem-solving
  • Analytical skills
  • Teamwork and leadership skills
  • Initiative and attention to detail
  • Communication and presentation skills
  • Organization and project management skills
  • In-depth understanding of manufacturing processes
  • Knowledge of scientific literature and terminology
  • Advanced numeral skills
  • Advanced laboratory skills
  • Strong commercial and industry awareness
  • Understanding of relevant ethical and environmental issues
  • Strong IT and computer aided design (CAD) software skills