I'm interested in going into the pharmaceutical industry and work in a pharmaceutical company for either research or quality assurance or eventually regulatory affairs. I am NOT interested in going into a pharmacy school and getting a doctor of pharmacy degree and then going into retail. I was wondering if a major in chemical engineering is enough to be able to land a research or quality assurance job at a pharmaceutical company and what graduate degrees I should get if I want to do so. I want to get a major in chemical engineering instead of something with pharmaceutical sciences since if I'm not interested in a pharmaceutical career down the road then I am not screwed and have other options with a chemical eng. degree.