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What is the best course to be taken after getting a bachelors degree in physics and chemistry

I am a second year university student, studying toward BSc in #chemistry and #physics

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Andrew’s Answer

Based on the question, I will assume that you are getting a double degree in physics and chemistry. The best course of action after completing your double degree depends on what your future aspiration is.

If my further assumption that you love physics and chemistry very much, pursuing a graduate degree in either physics or chemistry would be appropriate and beneficial. It will open doors for your future career venture.
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Joseph’s Answer

The "best course" depends on you - what you enjoy and what areas you've found you're best at. If you've found you like certain parts of the physics or chemistry more, you might want to take a Masters or PhD in those areas. If you enjoy everything equally and you're looking to combine both physics and chemistry into your future studies, then there's certain fields that lean on both chemistry and physics ideas - eg chemical physics, molecular physics, nuclear physics, condensed matter physics, materials science, nanoscience, and others.
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