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Chemical engineers design the processes and systems required to scale something a chemist produces in the lab (like plastics, pharmaceuticals and chemicals) into mass manufacturable products.
Studying chemical engineering at McGill will prepare you to design, run, model and optimize all kinds of systems — these can range from production and manufacturing systems, to corporate systems, economic systems, and even weather, population or global systems.
We need to produce things faster, cleaner and in a smarter way in order to sustain our growing population and the increasing demand on our world's natural resources. Chemical engineers consult with many different industries to address this issue.
he minimum requirement for McGill is the equivalent of a B+ average,
Score of 115 or better (120 for B.Ed. (TESL), B.Com.)
At McGill, conditional admission programs for those lacking the requisite English skills for direct admission have existed at the Graduate Studies and at Continuing Education, but not for regular undergraduate admission
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