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should I major in chemistry or materials engineering?

bigTYMER91bigTYMER91 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
I do like chemistry...but i am a ccc transfer student and have taken all the ochem and genchem already and it was super hard. i'm also not sure about jobs...chem seems very broad. and to be a big timer you basically have to go to a SUPER school...like stanford/ucla/hardvard/berkley/mit/and any other BIG RANKED SCHOOL.

but with materials you get to build and design stuff while knowing some chemistry. i also love electronics and how those things work. i wanna work for a company that is making things better for the world....(google, intel, any sillicon valley job, Dow ect.)

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