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Forensic science (Grad. School)

  1. Dec 21, 2008 #1
    Hello everyone,

    I am a junior currently at my school in physics. I have a year of chemistry and biology under my belt by the time I graduate and am now looking towards graduate schools for the last bit so I can enter into a career.

    The question fr me is what career?

    I am currently geared towards Medical Physics but lately I am wondering if I'd find Forensic Science interesting as well.

    So really, here are my questions.

    Does anyone know if physics majors ever get into Forensic Science schools? The places I look all pretty much demand chemists and chemists only. Any other advice? Anyone tried? Anyone had success or failure?

    Any opinions one way or another will be greatly appreciated!

    Thank you all very much.
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