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why do we need to study chemistry in engineering

Hi Briony! Your question is a great one! Mechanical and Civil Engineering are two branches of engineering that share many similarities. Both of them will require you to take a chemistry course (or two). In order to be an effective mechanical/civil engineer, you need to understand how different kinds of materials behave. Different materials have different properties (flexibility, strength, electrical and thermal conductivity, etc. ) that make them useful for different applications. For example, you wouldn't want to build a bridge out of rubber, because it would bend when weight was put on it! Before you can understand the more complex properties of materials, you need some basic understanding of chemistry.

When I was studying to be a mechanical engineer, I had to take one chemistry course, then a couple of materials courses that extended what I learned in chemistry class. I hope this answered your question. I wish you luck on your chemistry project and as you study to be an engineer! Regards,
Claire Elliott For those considering a degree in this area but need further convincing, the Complete University Guide lends its expertise. Here are the top seven reasons to study a Chemical Engineering degree: 1. Modern and applicable Of all the scientific subjects on offer at UK universities today, few have more modern applications than chemical engineering.

The study of nanotechnologies and bioengineering will put you in the know when it comes to areas of research that are seen as most promising in the scientific community. 2. Great graduate prospects In the same vein as above, chemical engineering is one of the most employable subjects in the world today. The degree opens up opportunities to not only work in the lab, but also out in the field, or in scientific management. 3. Multi-use degree Doing a Chemical Engineering degree does not limit you to a job as a chemical engineer. You can also easily pursue a job in analytical chemistry, as well as engineering in manufacturing or mining, as well as in the mentioned managerial or production areas. 4.

Standard of Education In order to do Chemical Engineering, you need to grades. Most courses won't accept any less than straight As. The upside of this is that if you do get in, you are among the best, and can expect the best quality of education in your degree from former industry professionals who really know their stuff. 5. International skills The world is a small yet diverse place, both more global, yet at the same time dividing people like nothing else. Chemical engineering offers skills and knowledge that can be applied in any country or culture around the world today.

Knowing a foreign language helps too. of combined degrees of chemical engineering with a foreign language. 6. Respect You have to be smart to be a chemical engineer, and, in all honesty, the title of the degree sounds fancy and complicated, which will impress at parties. There's also the respect that will come when you graduate from one of the toughest degrees on offer - which is why you will get a job. 7. Practical work is a hands on degree - every course worth its salt will give you access and practice with industrial standard materials and machinery.

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