which is better for mathematical physics, astrophysics, or highenergy physics?
suny buffalo
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which is better?
Started by MathGuy__, Apr 19 2011 05:05 PM
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Posted 19 April 2011  05:05 PM
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Posted 07 October 2011  02:09 AM
Actually, I would recommend getting a Ph.D. in Mathematics. Why? Mathematical physics deals with solely math. Period. You only have to explore math portions. If you get a Ph.D. in Mathematics, you will have SO many other options as well.
However, if you had to decide between the two, highenergy physics would probably be better. Why? It involves more math than science. Astrophysics has mostly math, but A LOT of science. Highenergy physics is all math and would therefore be the better choice.
However, if you had to decide between the two, highenergy physics would probably be better. Why? It involves more math than science. Astrophysics has mostly math, but A LOT of science. Highenergy physics is all math and would therefore be the better choice.
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