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Is MEng in Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering a program worth going?


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Hi, everybody! I am now struggling between the Phd in Chem Offer from Georgetown University and the MEng in Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering admission from WUSTL.

The one-year program at WUSTL focuses on coursework and contains no research. The program aims to send their student to the industry and get a job. I feel quite good about it. But I am worried about its education quality. You know, the economic situation is bad now and some universities set such programs only for the tuition fee. (60,000 dollars for the entire program)

On the other hand, GU gives me a 27,500 yearly stipend with tuition waived. But it will takes me five years to finish the program and actually I am not that into scientific research.

The only factor I am considering is the quality of the MEng at WUSTL. Is there anyone who knows about it?

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