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Physics Bsc Eng physics, Msc Mech eng, PhD Mech eng.

  1. Jan 16, 2012 #1
    Hello, pls i would like have my bsc degree in engineering physics, after wich i will go for my msc in mech.eng and phd in mech eng.
    pls i would like to know how feasible dis is and it's advantages and disadvantages. All comments especially from exprienced persons will greatly appriceated.
    thanks in anticipation.
     
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  3. Jan 22, 2012 #2
    Not sure what country you are planning to do this in but in the US accreditation makes it hard for people with undergraduate degrees in Physics to get into graduate engineering programs. I have my BS in math and I got into a MS program in Engineering but I had to take a bunch of undergrad classes first and a lot of schools wouldn't even consider me.
     
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