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Physics/mathematics college
« on: November 07, 2010, 02:48:23 pm »

I was just wondering if you guys have any suggestion of colleges in new hampshire that have a decent physics/applied mathematics program for undergraduates?


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Re: Physics/mathematics college
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2010, 09:06:54 am »

Dartmouth has a physics department if you can pull the grades to get into an Ivy League school



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« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2010, 10:18:40 am »

If Dartmouth is out of your ballpark (around 6% of applicants are admitted, and tuition + room/board/etc is more than $50k/year), UNH at Durham also has well-regarded science and engineering programs.  UNH is moderately selective (around 65% of applicants are admitted) and pretty expensive for a state school (tuition + room/board/etc approaching $25k/year for in-state, $40k for out-of-state).

At those prices, I'd give some consideration to finding a good community college in NH for the first two years of a 4-year BS/BA program.  You could save a huge amount over the first two years, plus reap the benefits of lower in-state tuition should you decide to continue on at UNH.
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Re: Physics/mathematics college
« Reply #3 on: November 08, 2010, 05:35:47 pm »

P.S. I am not under 21.

Are there any good internet colleges?
50K is just a little, by 45k, too much.
I have heard that internet only colleges are bad but internet as well as local might be good.
Is MIT's open courseware good?

I also want similar courses.
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