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Javalinux

Information about Universities offering MS after 15 Years School Study(B.SC)

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Hi ,

Can anyone please tell me

Information about Universities/Colleges offering MS after 15 Years School Study(B.SC Maths,Physics,Chemistry)

Residing State is CA since 2 and Half years.

Thanks,

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No real university will.

You have to have a 4-year bachelor degree to get into graduate school. In rare cases, they may accept somebody with less education into a Masters program, but then you would have to take a bunch of undergrad courses.

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Get an educational evaluation. Discuss it with the graduate school officials at the college you intend to attend. Do NOT go to one of the diploma mills.

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No real university will.

You have to have a 4-year bachelor degree to get into graduate school. In rare cases, they may accept somebody with less education into a Masters program, but then you would have to take a bunch of undergrad courses.

But I heard that their are some schools ( of course they are good) do accept the 3 yr degree but need to take few extra courses during their master's program.

Is that true??

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The 3 year degree was determine to be equivalent to a US degree therefore it is very much a case by case evaluation.

Many masters programs require articulation courses of students even if they graduated from a US institution with the prerequisite bachelors degree. Each student's transcript is evaluated to determine if there are deficiencies.

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Some schools may offer a "conditional" acceptance for 1 year, where you take the courses they deem necessary to come up to a 4 year degree, and if you do well, you are automatically admitted to continue on with a graduate (Masters) degree. In other words, they add a year to the degree program to catch up to what they deem is a 4 year undergraduate (Bachelors) degree.

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In other words, you will need to discuss it with each school and they will not necessarily give you the same options.

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Its hard bachelors in us is very hard....best bet us go back to your country and do a masters and cime back with good scholarship

Nureya

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