CHEMICAL, BIOMOLECULAR, AND CORROSION ENGINEERING
Chemical and corrosion engineers apply the principles of chemistry, biology, physics and math to solve problems in the following sectors: gas and oil extraction, nuclear and alternative energy, mining and minerals, food and drink, consumer goods, environmental, healthcare, and pharmaceuticals.
The University of Akron's chemical, biomolecular, and corrosion engineering program prepares students for careers in industry by providing a rich, interactive education of the chemical and corrosion engineering professions.
People think of UA as a good school, but they don’t realize how great of a school it is. I’m in my third co-op rotation with Goodyear…and I’m doing actual research projects on materials that many students don’t get to work with.”
Majoring in chemical engineering
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In state-of-the-art facilities and labs, Chemical engineering faculty and students conduct research on a range of focus areas. We are affiliated with the National Center for Education and Research for Corrosion and Materials Performance located on campus.
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93% of our graduating engineers have jobs in within six months of graduation. Dig into our Co-op and Placement Program to see what opportunities await.
You will learn from the best. Our chemical and biomolecular engineering faculty are lab whizzes, scientists, academics, and members of industry.
INSIDE CHEMICAL, BIOMOLECULAR AND CORROSION ENGINEERING
Department of Chemical, Biomolecular and Corrosion Engineering
Whitby Hall 211
The University of Akron
Akron, Ohio 44325-3906