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Is an 5-year Engineering Physics with MS in Physics w/BS in math poss?

  1. Jun 16, 2013 #1
    I was accepted into a college and I'm going to attend next year in the US, and as I was looking for majors, I came upon Engineering Physics. My college offers a 5-year program where you can get a BS in Engineering Physics and a MS in physics, and I was wondering if it is possible/worth it to try and double major with a BS in math at the same time. I'm good at math and science and work very hard.

    I'm also wondering what careers I could go into with an Engineering Physics degree or if it is more useful to major in either a standard engineering branch or just get a regular physics degree.

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