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Do I qualify for graduate degree in Physics (masters & doctorate) if my bachelor degree is in Psychology / Social Sciences?

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Asked by Josh Thursday Jan 21st 2010 in Other - Education
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That will depend on the graduate school you are considering attending. Each graduate school has its own set of admission requirements, and so it is best if you contact each of the graduate physics programs you are interested in to discuss with them your qualification for their program.

Many programs will allow you, if you are lacking in the necessary requirements, to take a series of prerequisites that will prepare you for their program.

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