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From BSc/MS Physics to EE?

  1. Nov 4, 2007 #1
    Sorry if this has been brought up before, but I couldn't find any threads related to this topic.
    I'm currently doing my BSc in physics, and I want to know how possible is it after finishing the BSc in physics to start at a masters in Electroengineering? Or maybe it is easier if you have MS in physics?
    I wouldn't have to worry about the math/physics courses, but then there are specific courses for the EE that I would lack, so I would maybe have to take them before starting on a masters in EE?
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  3. Nov 4, 2007 #2

    Dr Transport

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    Most likely at an ABET accredited school, you would be required to take some undergraduate coursework before or while you are working on your graduate coursework as prerequisites. For example, a friend of mine who took the physics route to an optics degree as opposed to the engineering route (there was exactly 2 courses different) had to take about a years worth of undergrad coursework before the graduate school would allow him to enroll as an EE grad sudent.
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