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Programs Difference between Phys.BS and Phys.Bs with specialization

  1. Apr 3, 2016 #1
    so i want to enroll in this undergraduate course in physics in a Bulgarian university. But i read that the bachelors also specializes in Nuclear and Particle Physics:

    Bachelor in Physics (specialization in Nuclear and Particle Physics)

    so i was wondering how much difference does it make? how different are the curriculum's from that of a normal Physics BS? and what effect can this have if i decide to lets say continue my studies in theoretical physics later?
    Because i want to study theoretical physics but this is the only physics program in the country that is in English
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  3. Apr 3, 2016 #2


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    Doesn't the university's web site have information about the curriculum for their degrees?
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