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MSc Materials Science or MSc Advanced Composites & Polymers

  1. Sep 18, 2014 #1
    Would anyone here have an opinion on whether either of these MSc courses is better to have when looking for employment later? I'll already have a BSc Physics.

    1) MSc Materials Science (at a much better ranked university than below, and includes some programming)
    2) MSc Advanced Composites & Polymers (includes no programming)

    I was thinking perhaps Materials Science because it's more general.

    Perhaps Advanced Composites & Polymers is too specialised, though fine if you know you want to work specifically in that area (which I don't as yet know)?
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  3. Sep 25, 2014 #2
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