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Is is possible to study mathematics PHD with another bachelor degree like Business Administration? [duplicate]

Is it possible to enrol in a mathematics PhD program with a bachelor degree in Business Administration? Have you heard of someone doing something similar and if yes, how did they do it? I am a BBA ...
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Can you get a Mathematics PhD if you're an engineer? [duplicate]

I'm a Software Engineering and Mathematics student. And I'll probably get my engineering degree much sooner than my Maths degree (I'm not sure I'll get it, but I'll try, as Eng. takes a lot of time ...
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MS in Physics after Bachelors in Mechanical engineering [duplicate]

I am in the final semester of my mechanical engineering bachelors, though I could have finished my bachelors about 4 months ago, but I failed to clear 2 of my subjects, for which I would appear again ...
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Can a maths undergraduate apply for a physics PhD? [duplicate]

Can a maths undergraduate apply for a physics PhD without going into masters program? Given that during his undergraduate course he published a couple of papers on physics in respectable physics ...
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Do physics grad school look for an undergrad math degree? [duplicate]

I am currently a second year. I'm thinking about going to condensed matter physics grad school, but I don't know what degree combination would be the best. Does physics + chemistry sound like a good ...
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Is it possible to apply for Ph. D. program in Physics with a CS background? [duplicate]

Currently i am doing BE in cs. Is it possible to apply for a graduate program in theoretical physics without having a bachelor's degree in physics or mathematics?
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Is it possible to get into neuroscience PhD program without any research experience? [duplicate]

A little bit of background. I did my undergraduate degree in medicine i.e. MBBS. I was always inclined towards academia and research, so I went for masters in human anatomy from UK (it was a taught ...
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Changing Engineering Specialisations after Undergrad [duplicate]

I am wondering whether it is generally possible to change engineering specialisations after completing a bachelors degree. I'm currently completing a bachelor of engineering with honours in chemical ...
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Approaching a master's in humanities after STEM-focused undergrad [duplicate]

I graduated this past year from an Ivy League university with a double major in a STEM field and Asian studies (with a focus in literature). Throughout university I felt the desire to eventually ...
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Do university accept a Mechatronics Engineer undergraduate to do Masters in computer science? [duplicate]

I finished my undergraduate studies in Mechatronics Engineering and have a low CGPA. The main reason is that I'd been developing web application and doing small projects (creating robots). I have ...
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Can I change my field for Masters? [duplicate]

I just got done with my bachelors in Computer Science. After four years of CS, I realized I don't really like programming or anything to do with computers. I'd rather work for organisations which ...
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Can I pursue Masters in a field different to the one in which I got my Bachelors degree? [duplicate]

I will be graduating from BS Aeronautical Engineering in about 6 months. But over the last couple of years, I realized that I'm more passionate about Geopolitics, international relations and diplomacy....
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Is it possible to do a phd in computer science with an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering? [duplicate]

Is it possible to get admitted in a phd in computer science with an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering? If the answer is yes, then would a graduate student in theoretical computer science ...
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Best way to show relevant experience when applying for a loosely related Masters? [duplicate]

I am currently in full time employment, but looking to return to University in order to complete a Masters in Computer Science in 2018, so I have plenty of time to implement your suggestions here. My ...
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Changing major after BS and MS in CS and double major in Physics for PhD in Mathematics [duplicate]

Before telling about my background, I'd like to say that I did look at several similar questions, but neither involved my case (at least, not as far as I could see). Now the background: I majored in ...
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