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I will be applying to M.S. physics programs for 2010, and I have a few questions. I know most posters and lurkers are pursuing a PhD program, but a few of us (or just me?) will be applying for an M.S.. My plan is to pursue experimental condensed matter.
- 1. Will it be possible to get funding for an M.S. degree or should I prepare to pay for it myself?
2. Are there any type of rankings for M.S. programs? If so, where can I find them?
3. Any particular school that I should keep in mind?
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there are some MS program available at schools that also offer funding. but most of them are lower-rank or out of rank. also there is a M.E program in Cornell without funding which is for CME. you'd better look at this: http://www.physicsgre.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2242