Thursday, August 6, 2015

Amadou Diallo - Final Blog Challenge

     A career that I would go into is chemical engineering. I enjoy chemistry and math and this is the best career to apply both to real world problems. Another reason that I want to go into this profession is because there are many different career paths that you can take like chemicals, fuel, pharmaceuticals, and food.

     The University of Pittsburgh has a four year undergraduate chemical engineering program. You must have 131 credits to graduate. Some of the courses they offer are thermodynamics, process design, chemical reaction engineering, and unit operations. This program is also accredited by Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).

      The University of California Berkeley offers a four year undergraduate degree program. In order to graduate you must complete a minimum of 45 engineering units and have a GPA of 2.0. This program is accredited by ABET. Here is an example of typical courses you would take in the four years of the program:
       Carnegie Mellon has a four year undergraduate program. In order to graduate you must complete 386 units and have a GPA of 2.0. During the first two semesters of the program CMU emphasizes the acquisition of knowledge in basic science and math. Then the next three semesters are more focused on engineering science. The final two semesters the program emphasizes chemical engineering design. This program is accredited by the ABET.                        


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