how hard is the physics in chemical engineering?Watch
EDIT: Ignore, I made a mistake.
If you find chemistry boring why are you doing chemical engineering and not something like aero, electrical or mech eng? I've also read posts here that chemical engineering is not what many people expect it to be in terms of how much chemistry content it has.
I'm a fourth year chemical engineer at the University of Birmingham. Chem eng does involve some physics such as fluid mechanics and heat and mass transfer. However I'd say the physics is in a very different context to at school, it's alot more practical and applied. Saying that though chemical engineering, despite the name involves more physics than chemistry.
If you'd like to find out more I'd check out whynotchemeng online or university open days are a great way to find out more.