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What graduate applied physics or engineering physics programs?

  1. Sep 9, 2010 #1
    I will be graduating in December with a B.S. in physics, GPA about 3.6 in major. What schools in the U.S. (preferably Northeast) would you guys recommend for applied physics or engineering physics programs? Also possible are EE programs which are friendly to physics undergrads, which seem to be M.S. EE and not M.Eng. I am looking for a masters degree which would prepare me for an industry type job.

    Currently I'm looking at SUNY Buffalo (M.S. EE), U of Rochester (M.S. Optics), and optimistically Cornell (M.S. Applied Physics). Any other suggestions?
     
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