Is there an engineering degree that has chemistry biology physics and mathematics?
- charlatanLv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
- 6 months ago
Mathematics is present in all the 4 years of engineering. Also present are numerical analysis and optimization, mathematical modelling and simulation. Instrumentation and chemical engineering has a subject process control which also uses lot of mathematics in Laplace domain.
Chemical engineering curriculum has two semesters for each of physical chemistry, organic chemistry and inorganic chemistry in first two years with theory and laboratory work.
Physics is taught in first semester of engineering with theory as well as laboratory.
Chemical engineering has course on biochemistry and elective on biochemical engineering.
- GTBLv 76 months ago
the so called biomedical engineering field comes pretty close
- RoddyLv 76 months ago
All enginering disciplines require a significant amount of maths knowledge and also some aspects of physics. Chemical engineering requires a knowledge of chemistry whilst bio-engineering will require biology. However there is enough to study directly for the courses not to include these at first and second year level. Only those relevant to the area one is going to progress in will be added (and some areas dropped) for the third year onwards.
I don't know of any degree that will combine ALL of these aspects to a great depth, and I studied electrical engineering at university.
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- PhilomelLv 76 months ago
Talk to The admissions office about a concurrent Degrees Program. They can Engineer a solution(and/or mixture) for you.
- 異域秦後人Lv 76 months ago
NONE SUCH DEGREE COVERS 4 HUGE TOPICS.
- JulienLv 76 months ago
All biology engineering degrees will have a bit of all of that. Agronomy, pharmaceuticals, biotechnologies, or anything.
But just a bit, it will never look like the sum of a degree in chemistry, a degree in biology, a degree in physics and a degree in mathematics.
On the other hand, degrees in medical imaging for instance will be more physics and maths-dominated, with less biology.
- FN - 2187Lv 66 months ago
Yes, I'm sorry I don't know the actual name. I do know people with the degree or something similar. Like Engineering with a concentration or minor in chemistry. Don't quote me on that but I do know it exist. One of my friends who got the major works on hair products for women
- Aster RhoidsLv 76 months ago
Engineering uses physics and mathematics, but why do you ask?