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From BSc in Computer Science to MSc in Physics and

hi guys

I completed my computer science degree from http://www.staffs.ac.uk/" [Broken] with a First Class honours. I figured out that my true passion lies mainly with Physics :(

Can I do an MSc in Physics or any related physics specialization (such as Glaciology, Cosmology)????

I am planning to pursue my masters in Canada.

Thanks and Regards
Mosh
 
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Pengwuino

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You can, but it'll be very hard without taking a couple years of undergraduate physics courses. A program would probably even require you to take them before allowing you in.
 

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