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Master of Engineering in Engineering Physics

Stevens Institute of Technology, USA

The USA is a great place for the Master of Engineering in Engineering Physics. The tenure of the course is 1 Years, while the fields of study include Engineering. You canexpect to find work as Engineering Technician, Project Manager, Research Scientist in the future after you finish the course. The Master of Engineering in Engineering Physics is a great choice for those seeking the best masters programs in the USA. ...Read more
  • DURATION
    1 Year
  • FEES
    INR 32.42L/yr
  • EXAMS
    IELTS-6.0
  • INTAKE SESSION
    SEP 2024

Master of Science in Engineering Physics

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA

The USA is a great place for the Master of Science in Engineering Physics. The tenure of the course is 1.47945 Years, while the fields of study include Engineering. You cn expect to find work as Electrical Engineer, Production Engineer, Systems Engineer, Biomedical Engineer, Automotive Engineer, Aerospace Engineer, Computer Engineer, Electronics Engineer, Software Engineer, Robotics Specialist, Computer and Information Systems Manager in the future after you finish the course. The Master of Science in Engineering Physics is a great choice for those seeking the best masters programs in the USA. ...Read more
  • DURATION
    1 Year 5 Months
  • FEES
    INR 40.08L/yr
  • EXAMS
    IELTS-6.0
  • INTAKE SESSION
    AUG 2024
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