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Engineering Delema in choosing engineering branch? ungent

  1. Aug 13, 2010 #1
    I want to become a chemical engineering. But some body says there is no opportunuites for chemical engineers. My opinion is to do chemical engineering only. Please tell me is it good or bad? what are the opportunities ?
     
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  3. Aug 13, 2010 #2
    There are many opportunities in chemical engineering. For example, the manufacturing of inorganic and organic chemicals to produce things like fuels, plastics, ceramics, explosives, fertilizers, ect., requires the use of a chemical engineer. Anything to do with the formation of materials. I mean, it covers the widest range of any engineering discipline. Clearly "some body" is very misinformed. I suggest you do a little bit of research on the topic to find out if this is truly what you'd like to do.
     
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