3+2 Chemistry and Chemical Engineering

Chemistry prepares students for careers as professional chemists, dentists, medical doctors, pharmacists, optometrists, and science educators, and for graduate or professional studies. This degree also can lead to earning a degree in chemical engineering.

Chemical engineering prepares students to develop and design chemical manufacturing processes, to apply the principles of chemistry, biology, physics, and mathematics to solve problems that involve the production or use of chemicals, fuel, drugs, food, and many other products.students learn by doing. Accepted students work with world-class faculty and a massive network of industry partners, you will confront global challenges in the classroom, the lab and the real world.

Laura Lovell

Recent FSU Graduate

Laura Lovell, a recent graduate of Fayetteville State’s chemistry program, attended NC State in the fall 2017 to study chemical engineering with a concentration in nanotechnology. Lovell decided to participate in the program to be a stronger candidate in the job market. “I realize that the further along I’m going, everyone has at least two degrees of some kind,” she said. “I feel like it will help me for my job prospects and also in attending graduate school. The fact that I am doing the Dual Degree program, employers realize it’s an intensive program where I can have a heavier workload and maintain that responsibility.”
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How to enroll?

If you are interested in this program, you must be majors in Chemistry at FSU. At the end of your first year of study, you may apply for official admission into the FSU/NCSU Dual Degree Engineering Program. If you meet the requirements, you will be admitted to the program and begin the course of study. For more information, refer to Admission Requirements.

For more information, contact

Program Coordinator, Dr. Shubo Han
shan@uncfsu.edu
910-672-1303
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