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What field of physics to specialize in?

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Hey Guys...! ............. Hope you all be fine...

I want some advice from you all... I am in the final year of BS Physics... and we have to choose one course for specialization... Our University offers only these 5 courses.
I want you to tell me the advantages and applications of these fields... Please!

Following are the options:

1) Energy and Environment
2) Spectroscopy
3) Biophysics (may not be available)
4) Electronics
5) Space
 

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Energy and Environment - no clue

Spectroscopy - important in chemistry lab work and also has applications in solid state physics, astronomy, and biology.

Biophysics - not sure, probably for those interested in continuing on to an MS in biomedical physics

Electronics - May cover the application of modern electronics in experimental research. Could cover anything from circuits and boolean algebra to semiconductor devices and microprocessors

Space - Incredibly vague/no idea
 
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Ohk Esuna thanks a lot for response : )...
 
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I am looking for Spectro...
 

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