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What kind of Eng. involves the least amount of Chemistry?

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title says it all, post away
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management engineering? LOL
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English Literature Engineering, lol
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Most engineering schools will have a common requirement for Chemistry in the first year, but programs such as Computer Engineering won't see much Chemistry after that except tangentially.
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Chemical.
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Management.
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:( why...chemistry isn't that bad
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@IanSharer wrote
Chemical.


haha sure
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Children's Literature Enginering. You have to know advanced calculus, wear a hard hat and steel-toe boots, and work around heavy machinery in order to analyze literature and compose essays on it. :D
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@TheMetroidPhysicist wrote
Children's Literature Enginering. You have to know advanced calculus, wear a hard hat and steel-toe boots, and work around heavy machinery in order to analyze literature and compose essays on it. :D


lol just kidding. Pbly, you chould consider software engineering or electrical/mechanical engineering. No matter what, there will be some chemistry involved and you'll have to take at least one chemistry course. Just try your best to deal with it. Chem sucked for me this year as well.
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industrial/management...after first year there is no chem (depends on school too)...personally i think its more of an applied math degree then "real" engineering (you dont build anything) which is one of the reasons why im going into it next year
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