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Which applied physics concentration to pick?

  1. Jun 8, 2009 #1
    sorry i already made a similar topic before but i didnt get any response so i decided to be more specific. i am an applied physics major freshman. i have to pick a concentration of studies but i dont know what to pick.

    what are some possible career paths for dual majoring in applied physics/applied math?

    concentration in biophysics?

    optical science and engineering?

    the reason i picked applied physics is because i love physics and couldnt decide which engineering i want to major in.

    on random note,i want to participate in something like google x lunar prize in the future.but i dont want to change my major or dual major in computer science or study atrophysics..
     
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  3. Jun 8, 2009 #2
    Well, most likely not astro physics for that, you would need something like an aerospace engineer, electrical engineer etc. I do not really see how astro would be useful at all for landing a vehicle on the moon...
     
  4. Jun 8, 2009 #3
    well, i did say i dont want to study atro so..thats no problem. but i do not want to change my major so EE and AE is out of the question. unless i study applied physics and math then get masters in engineering...
     
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