# Can I do grad studies in computational physics if my BSc is in chemistry?

Hello everyone,

Just wondering how different the two really are. I'm interested in developing functionals and was wondering if the two are really distinguishable. On an added note, by the time I graduate, I will have had two research terms in computational chemistry. One applications, and the other developing functionals. So, may computational physics supervisors consider me as a grad student?

Cheers