|Jul22-12, 05:42 PM||#1|
Careers for Computational Science MS with EE focus
I earned my BS in Physics and Mathematics (double major) with a 3.87 and a number of research experiences (Physics Simulation, CFD REU, and two other things). I have been accepted to a Computational Science MS program offered by a Mathematics Department.
My plan is to focus on a subfield of Electrical Engineering with my elective courses and possibly get a dual MS in EE if possible (but the focus has to be computational).
I am highly uncertain about the job/salary prospects with this background, and if anyone could offer any insight about this in general (OR the subfields that I've listed below) I would much appreciate it!
Network and Communication Systems
etc...(feel free to suggest another specialization!)
Thank you in advance for your time and insight!
|computation em math|
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