ANYONE KNOW IF GEORGIA TECH IS AN EASY SCHOOL TO GET INTO FOR MEDICAL PHYSICS MASTERS DEGREE?

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Sbradd24
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ANYONE KNOW IF GEORGIA TECH IS AN EASY SCHOOL TO GET INTO FOR MEDICAL PHYSICS MASTERS DEGREE?

Postby Sbradd24 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 6:29 pm

I'm looking into Georgia Tech for their online Medical Physics Master's degree program. It says "Not all students will be considered for admission for Fall term, but EVERYONE will be considered for Spring Term." So do they accept a lot of applicants every year? Is it hard to get accepted there? Thanks!

Beena620
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Re: ANYONE KNOW IF GEORGIA TECH IS AN EASY SCHOOL TO GET INTO FOR MEDICAL PHYSICS MASTERS DEGREE?

Postby Beena620 » Wed May 15, 2019 3:02 pm

Check it out: http://nremp.gatech.edu/academics/mp/achievements
In the past two academic years, 29/49 and 36/53 applicants were offered admission. I wouldn’t say that’s “easy” since they have a hardline policy on requiring an engineering degree w/ physics minor or an actual physics degree. Other programs are a little more flexible with minimum requirements since CAMPEP only requires a physics minor. I live in a city with university that has an evening program that can be taken part time, but I’ll definitely be applying to GA Tech. It’s probably the only option for a lot of people.




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