In my opinion a chemistry minor is irrelevant, and will be seen that way by most grad schools or At my undergrad school a chemical engineering major wasn't actually allowed to hold a You're right that a lot of people go into business or management, and a minor (if your school offers it) in either of those might be useful.
How is that option at Johns Hopkins? Does it have a good chemical engineering and business program?.
Any of these management and business minors can be ideal for chemical engineering majors who are interested in assuming management or leadership.
MBA is a graduate degree and from your previous post i get the impression that you are asking about an undergraduate education. See whynotchemeng for a list of major employers. Evaluate equipment and processes to ensure compliance with safety and environmental regulations. The field's broad application to so many industries provides a graduate with opportunities to pursue work in almost any field of interest. Quality bachelor's degree programs offer students career counseling and job placement assistance, usually working closely with school alumni who have already launched successful careers in prominent corporations.