|Jul17-12, 04:29 PM||#1|
Physics BSc or Applied Maths & Physics BSc?
I was wondering if anyone here had any thoughts on which of the following two degree options, at the same university, might have wider career options upon graduation? i.e. which would be most appealing to potential employers?
a) Physics BSc
b) Applied Mathematics and Physics BSc
Or would they most likely be regarded by employers as being as good as each other?
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