3 Chemical Engineering Tutors Found Near Wichita, KS



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Scott S.

Chemical Engineering Tutor

Norman, OK 73072

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

4.92 500 ratings

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Energetic instructor (high school, OU, test prep) makes physics fun!

I have tutored several students in chemical engineering classes at the University of Oklahoma. The courses I've previously tutored focus on fluid mechanics (for example, Bernoulli's equation) or physical chemistry (for example, the first law of thermodynamics). What I bring to the table is a solid understanding of the underlying mathematics and physical science. I can help you master the concepts from physics, general chemistry, and calculus your instructor assumes you already knew on the first day of class. [more]


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Carol K.

Chemical Engineering Tutor

Olathe, KS 66061

Will travel 20 miles

$55 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Master's degree chemical engineer mom to help

I have both a BS and an MS in chemical engineering from the University of Kansas. I taught sophomore level classes at the University as an adjunct instructor when professors were on sabbatical. I have over 35 years of engineering experience--15 years working for a large manufacturing firm and another 20 working for a company my husband and I started. I understand the breadth and depth of knowledge required for the degree. I have both a BS and an MS in chemical engineering from the University of Kansas. I taught sophomore level classes at the University as an adjunct instructor. I have also [more]


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Agustin C.

Chemical Engineering Tutor

Fayetteville, AR 72701

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

5.0 5 ratings

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Experienced college tutor specializing in chemistry and Spanish

I graduated cum laude from college. Meanwhile, I tutored in fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. I also was a TA for some chemical engineering courses such as Fundamentals I, Design I, and Process Control. In addition, my team and I won first place in the WERC competition hosted by New Mexico State University in 2017. My name is Agustin. I graduated cum laude from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor?s degree in chemical engineering in 2017. I discovered my passion for teaching while in high school. Later, in college, my classmates realized I had this talent, and encouraged me to become a [more]