Physics undergraduate

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Subject: Physics undergraduate
Hi, I am an Ontario highschool student applying to university;
I´d like to know which university is best for a physics program.

[11-01-2006,01:04]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Physics undergraduate)
try Caltech or MIT
[11-01-2006,03:53]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Physics undergraduate)
UCLA and UCB have good reputations.
[11-01-2006,15:00]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Physics undergraduate)
Probably Princeton
[11-01-2006,15:20]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Physics undergraduate)
i am asking for canadian university
[11-01-2006,19:28]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Physics undergraduate)
Nippising, or Laurentien
maybe York

[11-01-2006,20:58]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Physics undergraduate)
give engineering physics some thought. if i had to choose between pure physics and engineering physics, i´d go for the latter option.

if you do consider those 2, go to mcmaster or queen´s. they´re good for engineering phyiscs. actually, i think they are only ones, but still good nonetheless

[11-01-2006,22:15]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Physics undergraduate)
can you tell me more about engineering physics?
I always wondered the exact difference between the two

[11-01-2006,22:19]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Physics undergraduate)
Are Waterloo or Toronto good for physics? Do they have physics engineering?
[11-01-2006,22:33]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Physics undergraduate)
what the heck is engineering physics, are you talking about a program? I know of astrophysics, nuclear, etc. but engineering physics...
[12-01-2006,15:30]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Physics undergraduate)
Ive never heard of engineering physics either. WTF is that?


[13-01-2006,17:40]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Physics undergraduate)
I searched it up and apparently engineering science used to be known as engineering physics, but what exactly is engineering science? I´m an engineering student and i´ve never heard of such a program. Are you given a degree in which you can practice as a professional engineer (B.Eng, M.Eng...) or are you given a science degree (B.Sc...)?
[13-01-2006,20:36]
Anonymous



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