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- Aug 28, 2006
I'm going to tell you right now while this is generally the case, lots of majors still have you starting intro level courses while you are doing your gen ed if you want to graduate in four years. If you don't do those entry level prerequisites from the start, you are setting yourself back multiple semesters.
Yep. Only now was accepted into chemical engineering over the summer, but I'm a junior. Although I have all my general education credits done and a few general engineering classes, I'm taking sophomore level chemical engineering courses and am having to catch up. It's all gravy though.
But yeah they start you off with specific courses first semester that you can't delay very long in taking if you ever want to graduate.