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What are the job opportunities for BSc. (physics)? What are the other courses one can persue after BSc. (physics) apart from MSc.?

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Asked by Bhakti, 09 Apr '08 11:41 am
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You probably already know that first year physics is a requirement for many professional programs. If you are taking physics as a prerequisite for life-science professions such as medicine, or pharmacy, or taking physics or astronomy as a subsidiary subject to broaden your degree, then we welcome you to our department.

There are many other career opportunities in which physics is a major requirement: engineering, architecture, computer-related programs, technicians, science educators. There will also be some small number of you who will decide you like physics enough to consider it as your major. Physics majors can pursue a wide range of careers. However, a survey done by the U.S. Department of Labor found that a physics degree was an excellent preparation for many careers not necessarily associated with physics (e.g. law, business, medicine).

Here are two excellent articles about careers open to those with a background in physics:

Physics Careers- get ready for the real ...more
Answered by C, 09 Apr '08 04:07 pm

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