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looking at the years of experiance, about 4 after you get your B.S
Master's degree = Five years of college.
Well, it only takes just as long as for you to get your bachelors in chemical engineering. These two fields, aside from the similarities in the name, are very different! What we learn in chemical engineering is to take what chemists do at the microscale and develop it into the macroscale. This is not easy. Several core courses need to be taken focusing around process control, seperation, environmental considersations and so forth, that are not specifically taught to chemists. You can still do a masters in chemical engineering, by all means. But amongst us, you have to wear the ring you earn in your bachelors to qualify as a chemical engineer.
Typically, a masters within this field could take 3 to four years to complete depending on the course load.
Well, believe it or not, it is somewhat possible. The chair in my chemical engineering department at the University of Toronto,is actually an applied chemist who took a masters in chemical engineering. But, in terms of knowledge, I believe that a chemist lacks fundamental knowledge about thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, process control, etc.. These core courses really define a chemical engineer at the bachelors level. In short, you will not be considered a chemical engineer with a chemistry degree. You can get a masters aftewards in chemical engineering, but the uses for that are somewhat debatable.
3 years after your masters. My dad has a pHd in Electrical Engineering. :D
A masters in civil engineering can run from 32 to 36 credits to complete. The approximate time to complete the degree can typically run from two to three years depending on course load per semester.
AnswerYou do 3 year Bachelors of engineering/science then followed by a year of masters then do a further year for doctorate in the UK, I don't know how the system works in other countries.
It is typically a bachelor's in science degree (BS or BSc depending on where you take the degree) in chemical engineering.
At the masters level, it could take approximately three years, depending on the program of study and the course load taken per semester.
Yes it is.
How long does it take to get an associate's degree in electrical engineering?
Generally, a masters in business can take two to three years to complete depending on the specialty.
a long time
the same as a normal masters degree, 5 years
In Australia, a Bachelor of Engineering takes four years.
My husband is working on his masters in engineering right now and it took him 4 years to get his bachelors and he got into a 1 year masters program where he started taking masters level classes his senior year. So 5 years for him, which I think would be the fastest anyone could get it done. Usually takes 6 years though if your school doesn't offer this option.
For a career in chemical engineering one should consider courses in chemistry and biology. After that courses to take include business and management and biotechnology.