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Re: What does (for physics majors) mean?
« Reply #5 on: Jul 10th, 2007, 6:38am »
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on Jul 9th, 2007, 7:27pm, rglarson13 wrote:
Also, I heard a rumor that, although they only accept comp sci degrees from ABET-accredited schools, they accept coursework from schools that arent, if you're going the 40-credits route.  Is that the case, or will my comp-sci classes not count?

 
Tis true.  Some people complete at least a portion of the requirements at community colleges.   If you go that route you have to take extra care to take courses for physics/engineering majors.
 
But just to confirm, that sequence of physics courses you describe sounds fine.  
 
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