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yg7s7

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How useful is master's in chemical engineering?
« on: August 18, 2009, 03:59:11 AM »
Hi, I've posted this thread at other forums, but I have couple of questions,

1) I heard that there aren't many jobs that MS ChE can do but BS can't does that mean it's hard to get a job or at least you can't expect a good pay if you take a job that can be done by BS ChE?

2) Is non-thesis Master's in ChE worth it? What kind of job will it get you? I'm planning to pursue it after B.S in chemistry (not chem.E)

3) If you graduate with B.S in chem, and get into master's in chem.E, do they let you take all the undergrad classes that you missed? Let's say if you took Differential equation in the undergrad, does it mean you don't have to take it at the grad school?

Sorry for being too verbose.

yg7s7

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Re: How useful is master's in chemical engineering?
« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2009, 12:49:01 PM »
*Ignore me, I am impatient*...

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