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What bachelor's and master's degree for research on complex systems?

  1. Jul 24, 2011 #1
    Hello. I've finally figured out what I want to do, I want to study the theory beyond the modelling of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complex_systems" [Broken]. So what I basically want to do is to study economics, finance, psychology, eventually medical problems with a background on the mathematics of complex systems.

    So my question is, what bachelor's degree should I get? I just finished the 1st year of physics (2 more to get bachelor's degree in physics), would a bachelor's degree in physics allow me to pursue this path? Or should I go to applied mathematics?

    And since I'd most likely need a PhD to be a researcher, the master's degree I take should allow me to go for a PhD. So the master's degree can't be something like "Mathematics applied to economics and management", since those wouldn't prepare me for a PhD, right?

    Thanks :smile:
     
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