|May27-12, 10:18 AM||#1|
Can I do a PhD in physics after engineering?
My ultimate goal is to get a PhD in physics but I also love engineering
Can I do both?
Is it easier to switch from physics into engineering or engineering into physics?
I was thinking about getting a degree in engineering (possibly engineering physics) and then going on to do a masters and PhD in physics.
Can I go straight from engineering into physics or would it be easier to go the other way?
I hear any physics student can easily do what an engineer does. Is this true?
|May27-12, 10:44 AM||#2|
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|May27-12, 12:43 PM||#3|
I understand but surely I'll have more physics expertise than a person in business and if I take engineering physics it will be all the better..
|engineer, phd degree, physics|
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