Chemical Engineering Admission Requirements for Canadian Universities
Prequisites and other admission requirements to become accepted to an undergraduate degree, certificate or program in Chemical Engineering.
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Prerequisites Needed to Study Chemical Engineering in Canada
Almost all post-secondary schools with an engineering program offer a chemical engineering degree program. Acadia University, University of Saskatchewan, St. Mary's University, and BCIT also offer certificate and diploma programs in chemical engineering.
Completion of high school is required for admission to most diploma and certificate programs in chemical engineering, with the completion (and an average of at least 70%) of English, math, physics, and chemistry. Upgrading options are usually available for those who have not completed high school or are missing prerequisites.
For undergraduate degree programs, completion of high school is once again a requirement, with an average of at least 75-80%. English, pre-calculus math, physics, and chemistry are required.
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