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Schools Offering Chemical Engineering Programs in Texas
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Each year, roughly 0.1% of Texas students graduate with degrees in chemical engineering. In other words, every year an estimated 574 chemical engineers graduate from Texas' 9 chemical engineering schools.
The University of Texas at Austin, which is located in Austin, is the top-ranked school in Texas that has a chemical engineering program. It received a ranking of 11th in the country in 2010. 171 students graduated with a degree in chemical engineering from The University of Texas at Austin in 2010. Tuition at The University of Texas at Austin was $9,418 per year.
The second-ranked school in Texas that has a chemical engineering program is Rice University. Rice University, which was ranked 14th in the country in 2010, is located in Houston. In 2010, 46 students graduated from Rice University chemical engineering program. Students at Rice University paid $33,771 per year in tuition fees.
The third-ranked school in Texas that has a chemical engineering program is Texas A & M University. Texas A & M University, which was ranked 15th in the country in 2010, is located in College Station. In 2010, Texas A & M University graduated 172 students from its chemical engineering programs. Texas A & M University charged in-state students $8,387 in tuition fees per year.
Chemical engineering schools in Texas, charge students an average tuition of $9,688 per year. But, tuition can be as much as $33,771 per year, or as little as $1,176 per year. The Texas chemical engineering schools with the highest tuition rates in 2010 were:
- Rice University - located in Houston, students are charged $33,771 per year
- The University of Texas at Austin - located in Austin, students are charged $9,418 per year
- Texas A & M University - located in College Station, students are charged $8,387 per year
The chemical engineering schools in Texas that charged the lowest tuition rates were:
- Kilgore College - located in Kilgore, students are charged $1,176 per year
- Texas A & M University-Kingsville - located in Kingsville, students are charged $6,346 per year
- Prairie View A & M University - located in Prairie View, students are charged $6,856 per year
A chemical engineering degree from a Texas school... what next?
A large number of Texas chemical engineering graduates become chemical engineers. In 2010, there were 5,030 chemical engineers working in Texas. In Texas, the largest numbers of chemical engineers work in the following counties:
- Austin County - 2,710 chemical engineers
- Collin County - 380 chemical engineers
- Johnson County - 360 chemical engineers
The government projects that the number of chemical engineers in Texas will grow by 4%. By 2018, there will be an estimated 5,040 chemical engineers working in Texas.
A chemical engineer in Texas earns $105,200 per year on average. However, this number is only an average. chemical engineers in Texas had varying salaries from $19,720 to $160,300 per year in 2010. The counties in Texas with the highest average salary for a chemical engineer are:
- Atascosa County - $126,990 per year
- Andrews County - $118,600 per year
- Hardin County - $111,180 per year
On average, chemical engineers earns the least in the following Texas counties:
- Brazos County - $45,150 per year
- Bastrop County - $64,290 per year
- Calhoun County - $87,640 per year
The charts and graphs below have additional Texas statistics regarding a career in chemical engineering. Take a look and compare salaries with various related fields such as physics or chemistry.
Here are the different levels of study available for you to explore.
- Associate's Degree in Chemical Engineering in Texas
- Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering in Texas
- Master's Degree in Chemical Engineering in Texas
- Doctoral Degree in Chemical Engineering in Texas
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|Distance||School||City||State||Rating||Acceptance Rate||Student Population|
|6,687 miles from location||The University of Texas at Austin||Austin||TX||88.8663||51%||50,995|
|6,603 miles from location||Texas A & M University||College Station||TX||85.085||53%||48,702|
|6,546 miles from location||University of Houston||Houston||TX||32.0392||41%||37,000|
|6,907 miles from location||Texas Tech University||Lubbock||TX||71.9834||41%||30,049|
|6,472 miles from location||Lamar University||Beaumont||TX||52.0333||33%||13,992|
|6,583 miles from location||Prairie View A & M University||Prairie View||TX||50.8259||54%||8,608|
|6,708 miles from location||Texas A & M University-Kingsville||Kingsville||TX||53.2657||94%||8,194|
|6,509 miles from location||Kilgore College||Kilgore||TX||15.7866||n/a||6,375|
|6,549 miles from location||Rice University||Houston||TX||86.3426||36%||5,576|
Curious what studying Chemical Engineering gets you?
Check out the different options and how they're looking in Texas
|Rank||Profession||Employment Number||Avg Salary||Job Growth (past 5 yrs)|
|Petroleum Engineers +||15,510||$131,730||103.8%|
|Engineers, All Other +||11,690||$97,150||64.4%|
|Chemical Technicians +||5,280||$48,930||-1.1%|
|Chemical Engineers +||5,030||$105,200||33.4%|
|Nuclear Engineers +||400||$94,900||-35.5%|
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