Biochemical Engineering

Your high school probably requires you take some biology and chemistry classes. Do you look forward to them or dread them? If these classes are an easy A for you, majoring in biochemical engineering once you head to college could be a good decision. A biochemical engineering major will teach you to apply scientific and mathematical knowledge to biochemical processes that take place in living organisms. You'll take classes in biology, chemistry, thermodynamics, and chemical engineering to understand different macroscopic systems at the molecular level. Life after college is full of possibilities! A biochemical engineering major can find work in the pharmaceutical, chemistry, or energy industries, creating new products and processes or improving older ones.

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University of Georgia

The University of Georgia is a land- and sea-grant public research university in Athens, GA. Founded in 1785, University of Georgia is one of three public universities to hold the title of the oldest public university in the US. With 17 different...

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Academically, UGA has a lot to offer. Although most classes you will take in the beginning are prerequisite classes before getting into your major, they are for the most part interesting and challenging. If you want to learn, you will most definitely...

” – Amanda from Cohutta, GA
University of Colorado Boulder

The University of Colorado Boulder is located at the base of the Rocky Mountains and ranks #90 in National Universities by the U.S. News & World Report. They offer Residential Academic Programs (RAPs), multiple honors programs, and an Education...

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This school has a lot to offer. Not only do you have the opportunity to explore and learn with a very diverse body of students from all over the world, but you also have the ability to specialize and tailor your education in the many different...

” – Hannah from Denver, CO
Villanova University

Founded in 1842 by the friars of the Order of Saint Augustine, Villanova University is a 4-year research institution in the Philadelphia area and the oldest Catholic school in Pennsylvania. Villanova is home to six colleges and schools conferring...

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The class experiences are definitely rewarding if you put the time and effort into the course material. Those who stay reasonably caught up with assigned readings and homework will get a lot out of the courses and will find they learn much more than...

” – David from Williamstown, NJ

The University of British Columbia is a public institution with campuses located in the city of Vancouver and the city of Kelowna. The college is deeply rooted in academic research and maintains a number of research facilities, such as the Bamfield...

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1. Although UBC is huge, it is easy to feel a little bit lost at times but it but because of its big size, it's also easy to find your nietzsche. 
2. UBC has one of the most gorgeous campuses in the world, hands down.
3. UBC has a great...

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New Jersey Institute of Technology

New Jersey Institute of Technology is the state’s public polytechnic university and is located in the University Heights neighborhood of downtown Newark, NJ. NJIT offers 126 programs across its six specialized schools for a population of more than 11...

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New Jersey Institute of Technology is one of those schools where you must know your material. The school provides excellent programs that will help you in most situations. One of the better schools in the country.

” – William from Irvington, NJ
Christian Brothers University

Christian Brothers University is a private college administered by a Catholic teaching order, the De La Salle Christian Brothers. The school is located in Memphis, Tennessee, and provides a Lasallian-based curriculum, but there are more than 34...

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Professors are knowledgeable and approachable.

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