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    Anit Dalvi is offline Junior Member
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    What after graduation done from Physics and Computer science as applied components?

    Hello...
    now m preparing for my Third Year Examination with subject Physics n computer science as applied components .... plzzzzz tell mi after my graduation, what shall i do....?? plzzz suggest me any job or any good course for doing best career....plzz tell mi anyone who have gone through it...

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    SARIKA NANDE is offline Junior Member
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    Re: What after graduation done from Physics and Computer science as applied components?

    after completion of graduation with physics & computer science. there is lots of opportunities
    you can prepare for competitive exam

    Careers for Computer Science, Computational Science, and Physics Majors



    This week’s CAS Careers post provides career planning resources for Computer Science, Computational Science, and Physics majors. After the break, you’ll find some brief information on what you can do with your major after graduation, along with statistics on salary ranges and links to other helpful resources.
    Careers in Computer Science and Computational Science
    By studying the Computer Science or Computational Science programs at American University, you’re gaining practical experience that will prepare you for a range of technical computing careers. Specific skills you offer to potential employers include:
    • The ability to communicate mathematical concepts and data to diverse audiences
    • Experience analyzing problems and designing technical solutions using computing technology
    • Comfort adapting to new and changing technology
    • Experience developing client-specific systems for processing data
    • The ability to design and code computer programs
    • Proficiency in multiple programming languages

    Here is a brief list of some popular careers in Computer Science and Computational Science, along with their national median salary*:
    Electronics Engineer
    $61,000
    Actuary
    $58,200
    IT Project Engineer
    $72,500
    Mainframe Programmer
    $47,500
    Web Designer
    $62,200
    Applications Systems Analyst
    $5

    Here are a few websites with information on careers in Computer Science and Computational Science:
    For a full list of relevant websites, other career options, and books in our Career Resource Library related to Computer Science and Computational Science, visit this site.

    If you’re a Computer Science or Computational Science major, and would like some more personalized information on your career options, schedule an appointment with CAS Career Advisor Sue Gordon. Also, feel free to stop by our CAS drop-in hours, which are held every Tuesday from 1:30-2:30 next to the entrance to TDR.

    Careers in Physics
    Your degree in Physics from American University enables you to understand and effectively communicate complex scientific concepts—a skill highly prized among a wide range of fields and professions. The specific knowledge you gain of mathematical formulas, scientific tools/instruments, and software systems also give you a competitive edge in the job market. Other skills you offer to potential employers include:
    • Knowledge of physics’ ability to improve industrial processes
    • The ability to design software systems to process research data
    • Experience working with mathematical formulas, diagrams, and charts
    • The ability to think critically about applications in physics, agriculture, mining, medicine, and space exploration
    Here is a brief list of some popular careers Physics majors have found success in, along with their national median salary*:
    Test Engineer
    $58,800
    Physicist (Entry Level)
    $57,300
    Architect (Entry Level)
    $42,100
    Technical Writer (Entry Level)
    $46,200
    *Data collected from payscale.com and salary.com

    Visit our Career Resource Library and check out some of our books on careers in Physics:

    Here are a few websites with information on careers in Physics:
    For a full list of relevant websites, other career options, and books in our Career Resource Library related to Physics, visit this site.

    If you’re a Physics major, and would like some more personalized information on your career options, schedule an appointment with CAS Career Advisor Sue Gordon. Also, feel free to stop by our CAS drop-in hours, which are held every Tuesday from 1:30-2:30 next to the entrance to TDR.

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    Samerjeet singh is offline Junior Member
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    Re: What after graduation done from Physics and Computer science as applied components?

    After graduation with physics you can do
    master degree in physics
    m.tech
    for m.tech you have to qualify gate exam.
    And also you can direct go for govt job like
    navy
    airforce
    army
    police
    adminstative
    by giving exam like
    IAS
    IPS
    IFS
    AFCAT
    OTA
    CDS
    FOR eligibilty cirtia and slaybuss visit
    upsc.gov.in
    aps.nic.in
    ifs.nic.in.
    Ais.nic.in

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