I was perusing a thread and saw that you obtained a master's in nuclear engineering after getting your BA in physics. I was wondering if I could ask you lots of personal information about that, : ).
1. From where did you obtain your BA?
2. From where did you obtain your Master's?
3. Was it difficult to get accepted into the Master's program? What was your undergrad GPA?
4. What are you doing with your Master's degree?
I am pursuing a BA in physics at a small, private school. I am going here for financial reasons despite the fact that it's probably not the best program around. I am doing well so far, earning A's, but I am worried about the future. I don't want to teach Newtonian kinetics to high school students. I am interested in working in the Nuclear Power industry or in teaching college level physics.
What kind of work do you do and was it difficult to find that work without a Bachelor's in engineering?