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Phy/Math double masters?

  1. Feb 7, 2012 #1
    Hi everyone. I'm new here, so please forgive me for asking about stuff that everyone may be already too familiar about...
    I'm a college freshmen and I can get my math and phy B.S. by the end of sophomore year, with probably an extra summer quarter maybe? In any case, I want to go to phy grad school, so I want to get some research and solid foundation instead of graduating too early. My school offers a B.S/M.S program in math and phy independently, and I was wondering whether I can take both of them to graduate in 3-4 years instead.
    On the other hand, I'm concerned whether getting a B.S/M.S will be considered a terminal degree thing and make me less competitive for getting into a good grad school.
    Any advice is appreciated. Thanks a lot.
     
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