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Graduate Preparation
UMD Chemical Engineering Students demonstrate:
  • Strong engineering problem solving, technical and computer skills. chemical piping
  • Effective written and oral communication skills.
  • Functionality in diverse and interdisciplinary teams.
  • Sensitivity to social and environmental impacts of the profession.
  • Ability to maintain a high level of competency through lifeling learning.
UMD Chemical Engineering Graduates are prepared for:
  • Rewarding careers in diverse industries, such as chemical manufacture, semiconductors & electronics, petrochemicals, polymers & plastics, textiles, pulp & paper, pharmaceuticals, biochemical and environmental engineering.
  • Diverse positions that include plant operation & management, process development, design, & control, project engineering, sales, safety, environmental engineering, and business management.
  • Life-long learning through advanced professional training or graduate school.
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