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Programs Can't decide to choose the MSC programs in Physics

  1. Oct 28, 2016 #1
    Hi everyone,

    I m a senior student in undergraduate level in physics. Probably, i will start my Msc next semester. So i started to think about the programs in physics. First of all i want to give some information about my education and my desires. All of my restricted elective courses were about astrophysics. I took them because i love space. Actually i m happy about to took these course but i believe that astrophysics is not my area. I want to think about time, struggle about time. I also want to think about quantum fields and space. My first desire is time, of course. However, i do not know which program i need to choose to study about time-space-quantum together :/ please help me..

    appreciate for your answers..
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  3. Oct 30, 2016 #2
    So all you know now is that you don't want to do astrophysics, but you "want to work with time". You're really going to need to be more specific.
  4. Oct 30, 2016 #3
    Talk to your local faculty and see if you can find something you like from the menu.
  5. Nov 1, 2016 #4
    thank you for your answers. Yeap i know that i need to be more specific but physics is a huge world. Thus i feel like getting lost in it. Actually, i asked myself " why i need to be focus on one topic or subject or program. " I can not choose one program because i know my mind stay with others. Every program has at least one topic which i like. So i can not decide one of them because i know that i wont like the whole topics in the program. I hope u can understant what i mean.
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