Chemical Engineering

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58% of UToledo chemical engineering students graduated with no debt in 2023.

Average starting salary for recent B.S. Chemical Engineers from UToledo.

Two-time world champions in AIChE's Chem-E-Car competition (2021 and 2022)

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Meet Jaycee Cameron

“I like that co-ops are mandatory at UToledo — and that they help you find them. Not all schools do that. Getting paid well is also attractive! I like working one semester and going to school the next. I’m a hands-on learner. The first semester in class after my co-op was my best because I already knew how the theory worked in real life.”


Meet Skylar Parker

“Due to the requirement of at least three co-ops/internships, I knew I would graduate with at least a year's worth of job experience. Throughout my time here, I was able to take advantage of the co-op program by completing five internships with Marathon Petroleum.”

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Meet Payton Kamer

During Kamer’s time at UToledo, the chemical engineering student who is graduating Dec. 16, has lived in three states and traveled to four states and nine countries for academic and extracurricular opportunities.

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Last Updated: 2/22/24