Chemistry Engineering Instrumentation Automation
Millersville University offers a unique program that blends chemistry, instrumentation and robotics to develop in-demand skills for engineering solutions in chemical analysis laboratories.
Why Study this Program?
Chemical analysis and instrumentation
This program is focused on using, controlling and improving instruments for chemical analysis and interpreting/analyzing data. Many chemistry employment opportunities exist in analytical laboratories or graduate school where sophisticated instrumentation is used extensively. This option maintains a core chemistry curriculum and supplements the chemistry knowledge content with industrial electronics, control systems
What Will You Learn?
Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with an option in Engineering Instrumentation Automation will have foundational knowledge in hands-on chemical instrumentation and analysis that will be enhanced by the applied engineering and robotics experience in troubleshooting and problem-solving. This option is a unique learning experience available at Millersville due to the collaboration between the Department of Chemistry and the Department of Applied Engineering Safety and Technology. The dual knowledge base in both chemistry and industrial robotics allows graduates of this option to not only use instruments to analyze chemical
- Instrumentation Process Chemist
- Quality Assurance/Control Scientist
- Process/Laboratory Technician
- Instrumentation Technical Support
- Technical Sales and Marketing
- Forensic Chemist
- Graduate School in Chemistry
Clubs and Organizations
- American Chemical Society - Millersville University Chapter (ACS)
- Association of Technology, Management & Applied Engineering (ATMAE) Student Chapter (aka MU Robotics Team) Club and Org
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