Daezy, Miami asked Heather Hunt, University of Southern California

AddedThursday, March 29, 2012 at 7:33 AM

Attending a University that Does Not Provide Your Major
Hello! So I changed my mind several times before realizing that I want to major in chemical engineering. Chemical engineering allows me to do work in pharmaceutical companies, and perfume/food industries. Also if I got a masters in Biomedical engineering, I could do some amazing work there. Chemical engineering just seems so exciting to me! However I received a full ride to a school (University of Miami) that only offers Civil, Electrical, Industrial, Manufacturing, Aerospace, Audio, Architectural, Mechanical, Environmental, Computer, and Biomedical Engineering majors. I don't know what to do now. It's too late to choose another school and even if I could, what are the chances of it being completely free? I was wondering if I could get a bachelors degree in one field in engineering and then get a masters in chemical engineering. Would I be able to work as a chemical engineer? Or does not having a bachelors in chemical engineering mean I'm doomed? Thanks!
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