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Chemical Engineer VS Systems Design

  1. Jan 10, 2010 #1
    i'm not exactly sure what i want my future career to be (my interests keep changing) but right now i'm set on engineering. i did a little research and i've narrowed it down to either chemical or systems design engineering.

    if there are any chemical engineers out there, why did u choose this career? do u have to apply a lot of stoichiometry or wut u learned in school in ur work?

    as for systems design, i'm not exactly sure how this is applied into our daily lives. i've been told it's like general engineering but it seems like all the other types of engineering cover everything. correct me if i'm wrong.

    THANKS!
     
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