Can a Professional Program Manager Teach Themselves Physics Through Self-Study?

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In summary, it is possible for a professional program manager to teach themselves physics through self-study. With dedication and access to resources such as textbooks and online courses, one can gain a solid understanding of physics principles and concepts. However, it may be a challenging and time-consuming process, and seeking guidance from a qualified instructor or joining a study group may be beneficial. Ultimately, the success of self-studying physics depends on the individual's motivation and learning style.
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Hey there,

I'm a professional program manager in IT and am interested in mechanical engineering. I've decided to use MIT Open Learning courses to construct a self study program. The concepts, while straight forward, are proving more difficult once I get to the applied problem (math) parts. Hoping to join this community to ask questions, give back, and build great relationships along the way!
 
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Welcome to PF; it's good to have you here. :smile:
 
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cancerman1 said:
The concepts, while straight forward, are proving more difficult once I get to the applied problem (math) parts.
It's not so easy when you can't delegate the technical, geeky stuff!

:welcome:
 

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