Cori, Canada

AddedWednesday, September 14, 2016 at 6:47 PM

Do I need biology for chemical engineering?
Hello! I'm in grade eleven and I am planning on studying chemical engineering or some type of engineering in University. (I plan to apply to Canadian, American, and Birtish universities) Currently, I have biology in high school, however, I do not like it and it is a lot of work and very stressful and I want to drop the course. I'm not sure if biology is important towards studying engineering since once I drop it, I would not be able to take it again. Would dropping is be a good idea or it is usefull. I heard that some universities prefer students to take all three sciences but on most requirements, it states only chemistry and physics is required when applying.
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  • Colleen Spiegel , SEMSCIO
    Answered Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 6:47 PM
    Hello Cori,
    Thank you for posting a question! I am with you ... biology was not the most interesting subject for me. The good thing about engineering is that it is entirely problem-solving (like math). The memorization portion is minimal. Most programs that I am aware of requires chemistry, physics, and mathematics. I would look into the departments that you would like to apply to on their requirements. Good luck!
    Kind regards,