What university would be a great option to pursue an engineering career?
Context: I would like to go be a chemical engineer. However, my decision isn't final, I would still would like a career in engineering.
In final, I would like suggestions in great and affordable universities. #chemical-engineering
I think you may be on the East Coast...guessing from your Avatar; :) check out this website that breaks down best Chemical Engineering Schools by value by state:
For New Jersey they list several -- from Rowan University at the least expensive...on up to Princeton and Stevens Institute.
Many great choices right here in NJ. Rutgers, Stevens, NJIT, Rowan and Princeton.
Hi Kathy! Any engineering could be a great option and gives you a lot of flexibility in career choice. If you're not 100% decided on which branch, your best bet may be a school that is highly ranked in various engineering programs instead of focusing just on the best for your current intended major. Most likely this would be one of the A&M (agricultural & mechanical) colleges or Institutes of Technology (NJIT, Rose Hulman IT, etc). Personally this worked well for me and was how I ended up at Oklahoma State (originally Oklahoma A&M :-D ). I ended up staying with ChemE the whole way through my program, but it was nice to know that I had lots of great options if I decided to change my major. chemical-engineering school-selection
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