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    (Original post by Cobalt_)
    Yup.
    I don't think so because to a Meng in chemical engineering, which is basically a masters in chemical engineering, you must do a beng, which is a bsc in chemical engineering. Considering chemistry degrees do not contain most of the things that are covered in a chemical engineering degree such as fluid dynamics, engineering mathematics, engineering deign just to name a few.
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    I don't think so because to a Meng in chemical engineering, which is basically a masters in chemical engineering, you must do a beng, which is a bsc in chemical engineering. Considering chemistry degrees do not contain most of the things that are covered in a chemical engineering degree such as fluid dynamics, engineering mathematics, engineering deign just to name a few.
    Basically a few things, to do a MEng/MSC in ACE you dont need a chemical eng degree, universities such as Imperial/UCL/Ed/Leeds, the list continues takes on people with Chemistry degrees.

    These degrees are accredited via IChemE, to qualify as a chartered chemical engineer you can do so with a BSC in Chemistry and your MSC in ACE, very possible and some what common.
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    (Original post by Cobalt_)
    Basically a few things, to do a MEng/MSC in ACE you dont need a chemical eng degree, universities such as Imperial/UCL/Ed/Leeds, the list continues takes on people with Chemistry degrees.

    These degrees are accredited via IChemE, to qualify as a chartered chemical engineer you can do so with a BSC in Chemistry and your MSC in ACE, very possible and some what common.
    So with the bsc in chemistry you can get into the meng degree
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    (Original post by tmakadho10)
    So with the bsc in chemistry you can get into the meng degree
    You can get onto a masters (ACE) yes.
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    So with the bsc in chemistry you can get into the meng degree
    except that an MEng is an undergraduate degree rather than a post graduate 'conversion' course ...
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    except that an MEng is an undergraduate degree rather than a post graduate 'conversion' course ...
    Its not actually a conversion course, its just a masters made for chemical engineers. Just that they accept people from Chemistry, with the fact that you have less optional modules as you have to study everything to keep up to date (fluid dynamics, advanced maths etc)
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    Its not actually a conversion course, its just a masters made for chemical engineers. Just that they accept people from Chemistry, with the fact that you have less optional modules as you have to study everything to keep up to date (fluid dynamics, advanced maths etc)
    Thank you!!
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    You can get onto many different engineering masters MSc degrees (not MEng, though, which is an integrated undergraduate masters), with a relevant science degree background. So, yes, this includes a chemistry BSc to a chemical engineering MSc.

    But, as I always feel obliged to point out in these types of threads, this does not guarantee you being seen as equivalent to someone with a full undergrad in engineering, as the full undergrad covers material and projects that typically aren't in MSc degrees.
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    (Original post by Cobalt_)
    Its not actually a conversion course, its just a masters made for chemical engineers. Just that they accept people from Chemistry, with the fact that you have less optional modules as you have to study everything to keep up to date (fluid dynamics, advanced maths etc)
    so it is in fact a conversion course or can be specified as such
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    so it is in fact a conversion course or can be specified as such
    Sure lol, Well whatever you want to call it. The name you give it doesnt matter that much, fail to see how its relevant.
 
 
 
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