Asked by: Mayela Keunescience chemistry
Which is harder chemistry or chemical engineering?
Last Updated: 3rd March, 2020
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Keeping this in view, can a chemistry major be a chemical engineer?
Most chemical engineers have a master's degreeand/or a Ph.D. A chemical engineer's curriculum is similarto that of a chemist but also includes coursework inengineering-related areas such as heat and mass transfer,thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, process design and control, andelectronics.
Secondly, what engineering degree is the hardest?
- 9.5/10— Nuclear Engineering— gluons, tau neutrinos,bosons …
- 9.2/10— Electrical Engineering— circuitsgalore.
- 9.0/10— Computer Engineering— digital circuits ANDcoding.
- 8.8/10— Chemical Engineering— chemical diagrams,stereochem, etc.
- 8.6/10— Aerospace Engineering— design of spacecraftand aircraft.
Similarly, is Chemical Engineering difficult?
These are the reasons chemical engineering isdifficult as a major: The major is an intersection betweenphysics, chemistry, and math – three notoriouslydifficult subjects even on their own. Students have tomaster all three to gain a deep understanding of chemicalengineering as a whole.
Is a chemical engineer a scientist?
Chemical engineers are responsible for theindustrial processes required to make these products, hence theyare also known as process engineers. Generally chemicalengineers either work in the design, manufacture and operationof plants and machinery or the development of new products andtechnologies.