- They use chemistry and math to help solve problems. They conduct research and experiments. They design and create some equipment and they create safety protocols.
- Chemical Engineers can be exposed to chemical and equipment hazards. Most work full time with little over time.
How to Become One
- Becoming a chemical engineer requires a bachelors degree which take about four years to obtain. Chemical engineers do not need to be licensed, unless you want to supervise other chemical engineers.
- Architectural Engineers, Biomedical Engineers, Nuclear Engineer, and Safety Specialists