A Bachelor's in Science is designed as a four year program of study, provided the student takes the degree as a full-time student, and as prescribed by the college or university.
u can take biomedical engineering ,Bs in biology,bs in Environmental Science,Bs in Chemistry Bs in Physics
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It'll take about 2 years to get the RN starting with the BS in mathematics.
Chemistry. It does more with chemicals and medicine/health solutions than physics. Physics is more math with things that move.
4 years with a BS Degree
The BS (Bachelor of Science) degree is a four year degree. You can obtain it more quickly if you take more courses at the same time, if you test out of some of the coursework, or if you receive credit for coursework at another insitution or with life expereience. Its up to you and the institution as to how long it will take you to get a BS degree.
The standard length of time to get a BS degree is 4 years. Though it can take longer or short depending on your work ethic and the field you are getting the degree in.
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"Scientist" usually means research scientist. If that is what you want to be, there is no reason to study engineering. You will need to go on to graduate school after you get your BS. The first two years are about the same for all three BS degrees, but after that, there is a big difference between physics and chemistry programs, so you will have to make a choice. Not everybody is cut out to be a researcher-- it is far easier to get a job with a BS in engineering than in physics. BS chemists can get jobs in laboratories, but they mostly run the same tests over and over .
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four to five years
Technically none. Herbert Hoover was a mining engineer but he did not have a degree in engineering, it was in geology. Jimmy Carter has a BS degree in science and went on to take engineering classes and reactor technology/nuclear physics and worked as an engineer on submarines.
It typically takes about six years to get a Ph.D. in physics. Obtaining a Ph.D. in physics guarantees a higher salary when entering the job market.
About four years for most full time students.
You can have either as long as you take all of the pre-requisite classes.
B.S. Stands for Bachelor of Science. Bachelor referring to a 4 year degree.
he ultimately earned a BS and MA in physics, and then a PhD in computer science.
I would suspect they also want a general background in physics, perhaps more specifically nuclear physics, not just pure math.
Yes, you can even take PhD in engineering.
Some classes that are required at most colleges for a BS in environmental science are chemistry, a couple of biology classes, physics, and statistics.
A BS in science (Physics/Math) is minimum, an MS in Astronomy or a PHd in Astronomy is even better.