Physics graduate looking to make a change. What should I do my Master's in?

posted
31-Mar-19, 18:03
edited about 22 seconds later
Avatar for anonymous1a
posted about 3 months ago
Hey everyone.

So, I recently graduate with a Bachelors degree in Physics, and I'm not really very interested in pursuing Physics further. Do you guys have any advice on what courses I could pursue for my postgraduate (Master's) studies? Computer Science and Data Science are two that come to mind. Any other suggestions?
posted
08-Apr-19, 14:23
edited about 29 seconds later
Avatar for anonymous1a
posted about 2 months ago
Bump.
posted
08-Apr-19, 22:33
by pm133
Avatar for pm133
posted about 2 months ago
It's a bit difficult for anyone to advise you if you don't tell us what you are interested in.
posted
09-Apr-19, 09:13
by rewt
Avatar for rewt
posted about 2 months ago
Follow the project that interests you. If you enjoy the topic you will be more motivated to finish it and do well. If you are looking at PhDs consider what skills you need and which course will be better for them.
posted
09-Apr-19, 09:58
Avatar for Tudor_Queen
posted about 2 months ago
I'm finding this tough too - I mean... how should I know? :D But if you really are just doing blue skies thinking then I'm going to suggest that you look into an MSc in speech and language therapy or audiology... a complete change... both extremely interesting and lots of jobs out there afterwards!

Postgraduate
Forum

Copyright ©2018
All rights reserved

Postgraduate Forum

Masters Degrees

PhD Opportunities

PostgraduateForum is a trading name of FindAUniversity Ltd
FindAUniversity Ltd, 77 Sidney St, Sheffield, S1 4RG, UK. Tel +44 (0) 114 268 4940 Fax: +44 (0) 114 268 5766