Originally posted by toomuch
I'm a chemE, I don't regret it, but I think I could had an easier undergrad experience if I chose something different.
Originally posted by khemikal3001
Ok guys, I will be applying to UF as a chemical engineer major and plan to go to med school too...its nice to see others have done it as well. Right now I applied as a food science and nutrition major, only because thats what most of the kids at University of Florida do for "pre med". Screw that though, Im majoring in chem engineering, it looks neat-o!
Originally posted by fuzzylogic
zekemd, didn't you miss your navier-stokes equation, mass balance and heat transfer?
i agree that chemE is a hard major. if i knew i was going to apply to med schools, i would have done something easier and more interesting. well, i am here now and will be spending more time in school....
Originally posted by musiclink213
my friend is a bioengineering major. She has no life, and attracts the strangest, weirdest guys.
Originally posted by happylimt
This thread has been most helpful and informative. I too am a chemE grad and I've been working in industry for the past year and a bit. I would also like to pursue medical studies but I don't have all the prereq's (English, Bio..). I thought maybe doing a post-bacc would be the way to go. Does anybody have any experience /info on this? Also, my GPA was brutal (2.82) so I don't even know if it's worth the effort. I was considering Columbia's Premed postbacc program but I think they require a minimum GPA of 3.0. Any thoughts?
thanks for any help