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Enee Menee Minee Moe.

  1. Jun 28, 2005 #1
    I'm done with my BS in Pure Math (well, I've been done for two quarters now, but I'm graduating 12/05) and am going to take a few math grad courses if all goes well. From there I might even try to finish up an MS if I can...
    However I've decided that math isn't the right avenue in terms of a doctorate. Right now I'm working on a project for a cog-psy prof at my college, but I'm also interested in a few other graduate programs such as physics, econ, climate sciences, geophysics, and well.. whatever happens to catch my eye. Does anyone here have any advice regarding these programs, or what the best method would be for getting a nice overview of the material? I'm attempting to sit in on a few seminars if I can this quarter (it worked for cog-psy), but aside from that, the only other source of information is technical journals.
    Comments, suggestions, Ugly Sticks?
     
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  3. Jul 1, 2005 #2
    What sort of math are you into?
     
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