MS Physics vs MS Environmental Science
I’m entering the final year of a B.Sc. in Physics, and I’ve planned on pursuing a career in environment and sustainability. Even though I’ve had no formal experience with them, I’m fascinated by environmental policy and economics. I’m going to apply to graduate school, and am really confused whether I should pursue an advanced degree in Atmospheric/Climate physics or target a specialised program in Environmental/Sustainability Science? I’m unsure if I want to commit long-term to research/academia. Any and all suggestions appreciated. Please recommend other programs/domains you think I should check out too.
Submitted July 01, 2018 at 07:02AM by jakhavi
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