Should I go for a chemistry degree or chemical engineering to become an analytical chemist?
Being 30 years old with trouble choosing a degree is a tough struggle.
- Anonymous2 months ago
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- oil field trashLv 72 months ago
If you are serious then you should go for an advanced degree in chemistry. A Phd if possible.
Chemical engineering is more related to the industrial side of chemistry and the use of chemical processes to produce a given product.
- GodLv 72 months ago
To become an Analytical Chemist you should major in Chemistry.
- 2 months ago
A chemistry degree is very general. I feel like it's more of an undergraduate thing and chemical engineering is where you would specialize.
Personally I think chemical engineering is better
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- JimLv 72 months ago
The big difference between chemistry and chemical engineering has to do with originality and scale. Chemists are more likely to develop novel materials and processes, while chemical engineers are more likely to take these materials and processes and make them larger or more efficient. Which better suits you??