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Is it possible to do a master's degree in PHYSICS in US having a MECHANICAL ENGINEERING degree?

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Asked by kp1800 Monday Nov 30th 2009 in Online Degrees
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That will depend on the institution you are considering attending.

You will need to contact each of the schools you are considering, and discuss with the what prerequisites you will need to complete to be eligible for participating in their physics program.

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