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Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering Dual Degree

The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry offers a dual degree program which allows students to receive a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from UNG and a bachelor’s degree in Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia Southern University, Kennesaw State University, Clemson University, or the University of Georgia. The dual degree program gives students the opportunity to develop a strong liberal arts background at UNG before completing the coursework in engineering at another institution. Typically, dual degree students attend UNG for three years and then the engineering school for an additional two years.  While at UNG, students take foundational and upper division courses in chemistry, physics, and mathematics in addition to core curriculum courses.

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What can you do with a career in chemistry/engineering?

Students graduating from UNG with a B.S. in Chemistry and a bachelor’s degree in Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia Southern University, Kennesaw State University, Clemson University, or the University of Georgia go on to pursue careers in many different fields including chemical industry, manufacturing, aerospace, nuclear power, nuclear medicine, and many other fields.  The specific career field will strongly depend on the type of engineering degree obtained.  Available engineering degrees include Aerospace Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Industrial & Systems Engineering, Materials Science Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Nuclear & Radiological Engineering.  Graduates of the dual degree program go on to work in private industry; local, state, or federal agencies; or pursue advanced degrees from professional or graduate schools. 

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