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CyberShot
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Apr1-11, 02:17 PM
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Okay, so I originally planned a B.S. but because I wanted to pursue a computer science minor and still graduate in 4 years, I thought about doing a BA in physics. Basically, I'm substituting the difference in BS and BA physics units with computer science courses.

Does this look bad for PhD programs? I'll be taking like 20 less physics units or so than with the B.S., but it shouldn't affect my physics GRE preparation either way because that stuff tests you on mostly lower division work, and maybe one or two upper div QM or thermo/stat mech.



Is it better to stick with the B.S?

Thanks
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