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Hello, guys!

I'm here with a quick question. I'll be more than glad if you give me a brief understandable answer about this. This year I enrolled in the university where I'll be learning how to code, starting from Python. Other programing languages will also be taught time by time. What I want to know is, I also want to study Physics so much. Do you know anyone who is both a programmer and a great physicist too? I'm planning on getting a bachelors degree in IT and then continue with the master degree of Physics, and probably PhD in IT? Anyways, If you can give me your thought as to what will be best for me to do, it'll be more than appreciated. Thank you lots in advance.
Sep 18 '18 #1
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It really depends on what your goals are. * Physics and computer programming is an unusual combination especially with the order being a bachelors in IT, masters in Physics and PhD in IT. The best fit that I can think of would be gaming programming.
If the end goal is physics, then I would think the order would be you should start out education wise in IT and finish with a PhD in physics.

* Background: I'm a former college director/teacher and am now back in the programming/data world
Sep 19 '18 #2

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