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UNH Physics

phyzphyz Registered User Posts: 142 Junior Member
Hi.. I've been accepted into UNH and wanted to know a bit about the physics course.. I'm a real purist and am interested in physics from a purely theoretical point of view, i.e. string theory, quantum mechanics, etc. I know that many undergrad physics programs end up being engineering programs at worst and applied physics programs at best.. Any idea if UNH is the place for me?? Thanks a lot

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