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Abu-Adel
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Sep6-08, 08:21 PM
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Thanks for the reply eri :)

Well I have kind of a high aim, I want get into nanotechnology I know it's hard but hey, it's worth a shot to see if it's possible.

I'm thinking that I should continue my Master's in chemistry, mechanical, or materials engineering to be good enough for a PhD program in nanotechnology.

As for coursework, that's out of the question now :D. I have 3 terms left and I have exhausted all my electives on history courses one of them is a history of science course

What would a university with a science or engineering graduate program do to someone in my situation if it accepts them? Would they require me to take certain tests? Would it require me to take some undergraduate courses before I go deep?