* Deadline 2/23/17( noon) for admitted engineering students
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about our exciting program, degree, industry and careers! Our students experience unparalleled academic and personal support. Our goal is to develop them into the best, well rounded engineers they can be as they seek out the career of their dreams.
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- Hands On, Experiential Learning
- Small, Family Atmosphere
- Paid Internships
- 100% Permanent Job Placement
- High Starting Salaries at $70,000/year
- Professional Development
- Scholarships Available
Our students have access to a variety of engineering jobs in the paper and chemical industries. With our own career placement center, on site preferred interviews, 100% job placement and high starting salaries, find out more about what you can do with our degree. . . . process engineering, project engineering, management, consulting, research and development, sales, manufacturing, technical support and service . . .
With strong regional support, an outstanding scholarship endowment, and this unique dual degree program, the NC State program began to establish itself as a dominant program in the U.S. In 2004, this program became jointly administered by the College of Natural Resources and the College of Engineering, and its name was changed to Paper Science & Engineering. In 2005, the program became ABET accredited.
Our Degree Programs
Our curriculum is challenging and rewarding. It is a true example of NC State’s “Think & Do” motto. Our students will gain technical knowledge and hands on experience in the classroom, labs and pilot facilities. Our engineers become the problems solvers of society’s numerous challenges.
Like us and read more . . . . .
TAPPI (Technical Assoc. of Pulp & Paper Industries) produced a great video on “5 Reasons Why You Should be a Paper Engineer” that’s worth a look!
Letters to Dad from “How Life Unfolds” Paper and Packaging Check Off Campaign (tissues optional).
Other Great Resources
See how the government is supporting our industry with the new Paper and Packaging Board Check off Campaign
Bust some myths about the US Forest and Paper Products Industry at Two Sides NA