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I can't seem to decide which one I should major in. The only reason why I'm considering Chemical Engineering is, to be honest, that I took AP Chemistry and thought it'd be easier for me in college since I took this class. However, I soon came to realize that I deal with computers more everyday in my life than I do with chemicals. I'm always amazed with how computers are built and all. But there are some aspects I need you guys to enlighten me in. I want to know their comparison in:
a. Job Outlook with bachelor's? with master's?
b. Salary with bachelor's? with master's?
c. Difficulty of the courses?
d. Which one is more interesting, in your opinion?
My GPA is around 3.7. My SAT score is 1820. I took AP Chemistry and currently I am taking AP Calculus and AP Physics. I scored a 4 on the AP Chemistry. Judging from my academics here, do you think I will be able to handle those "hard classes", if there's any?