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any suggestions for similar programs?
Posted 05 March 2008 - 02:33 PM
the only problem is that an admit to harvard of course, is not easy to get. So, I wanted to know if you guys could help me find a similar alternative program.
http://www.seas.harvard.edu/research/ap ... ysics.html
Check this page out. Except for the geophysics part of the program, I have harbored a serious interest in EACH AND EVERY ONE of the other topics listed there. PLease let me know if youve come across a program you think I would enjoy based on this page.
Posted 10 March 2008 - 05:25 AM
On the whole, though, I'd take a look at materials science departments. Materials science is usually classified as "engineering," but it doesn't suck (I started out trying to double major in materials science and EE, so I say this from experience, although I'm still probably biased). Some places to get you started: MIT, Northwestern, Berkeley, Cornell, UPenn, Penn State, UIUC, UCSB, UMichigan, UT Austin... It might be easier for you to get in to a materials science program with an engineering background than it would be for you to get in to an applied physics program.
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