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Christian Colleges with Chemical Engineering

ccpatriotsccpatriots 0 replies1 threads New Member
edited August 2010 in Christian Colleges
Any Chem.E programs with christian values in ohio, indiana, pennsylvania, michigan or illinois area? Anywhere in the midwest works though those are preferred.
edited August 2010
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  • CorbettCorbett 3434 replies4 threads Senior Member
    If you are looking for Protestant Christian ChemE programs, then your options may be extremely limited. I know of only two nationwide.

    Calvin College in Minnesota is a member of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities (CCCU). It offers an ABET-accredited General Engineering program, with a concentration in Chemical Engineering.

    Geneva College in Pennsylvania is also a CCCU member. It offers a Chemical Engineering program through the Chemistry Dept. This is an unusual arrangement, and the program is not ABET accredited.

    If you are willing to consider Catholic schools, then you would have significantly more options. For example, Notre Dame (Indiana), and U of Dayton (Ohio) both have ABET-accredited BSChE programs.
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  • fencersmotherfencersmother 1904 replies71 threads Senior Member
    In SW PA, Grove City College offers a couple engineering majors, plus chemistry, though I don't see ChemE per se. Still, it's uber-affordable and might be worth a look.
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