squelchy451 Posted October 22, 2015 Share Posted October 22, 2015 Hi. I have a BA in math but very little coursework in chemistry or physics. I am thinking about applying for a MS in chemical engineering.I plan on taking a semester of biology, two semester of organic chem, two semesters of physics from a CC, and try to take physical chemistry at a university that allows non-matriculants to take courses for credit. Would that be enough preparation for applying to a MS program in chemical engineering? I am also thinking about taking the GRE Chemistry exam and seeing if any labs would want a math major working around beakers and pipets. Some universities straight out say that I need a year of organic chem and a year of physical chem whereas others say "applicants without chem e degrees may be provisionally accepted and must complete prereqs within a year" or something like that. Anyway, I'm looking for advice here, I wasn't sure where to ask. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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