Early Decision: Undergraduate chemical engineer

<p>Hi. I'm new to this forum and hope to get some great help from a large group of people</p>

<p>I'm going to be a senior in high school. Its summer and I know that I have to get ready for colleges.</p>

<p>First of all, I plan to major in chemistry in college and needed some help</p>

<p>** What would be the best college to choose for chemical engineer with
early decision?? **</p>

<p>-private schools only (University of California doesn't offer early decision)</p>

<p>Thank you so much!</p>

<p>If you absolutely want to do ED for chemical engineering then Cornell and Carnegie Mellon are probably good options. Also, Harvey Mudd is great as well, even though it's a liberal arts college.</p>

<p>There are also many great ChemE schools that offer EA, like Stanford, Caltech, MIT, and Princeton. </p>

<p>Why are you so intent on ED?</p>

<p>When I'm searching online, theres always two different kind of colleges
one with "highest doctorate"
and one not.</p>

<p>the highest doctorate chemical engineering would give me: MIT, CalTech, USB, etc
and the other would give me: Rose, Rowan, Cooper, Bucknell, etc</p>

<p>Can anyone tell me the differences?</p>

<p>The first set of schools refers to PhD-granting schools; these are generally larger research universities. The second set of schools only offers masters and bachelor's degrees; these schools are more teaching oriented and less focused on research.</p>