BSc Applied Mathematics & Physics?

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by retaw, Mar 28, 2016.

  1. retaw

    retaw New Member


    So, I'd like to do a bachelor in Applied Maths and Physics online, but I can't seem to find a great many universities offering it. I've found The Open Uni, but nothing apart from that really. Oh and the caveat is I have a very limited budget, so the more affordable, the better!

    Cheers :)
  2. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

  3. TonyM

    TonyM Member

  4. retaw

    retaw New Member

    Hmm, thanks for replying! I guess it is a rather specific degree.

    What about straight physics or astrophysics?

    I already have a traditional degree in psychology and a career-path completely unrelated to physics or maths, but recently I've come to the conclusion that seeing as distance learning exists, and can be (from what I gather) rather affordable, there's simply no reason at all not to broaden my horizon, and get a second degree in as interesting a field as physics or astrophysics. Plus it would be interesting to get a degree in a hard science, and not having to endure the academic bullying psychology gets for being a social science :cool:
  5. FTFaculty

    FTFaculty Well-Known Member

  6. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    I know there's at least one Physics program (now where did I leave that pesky Physics program?) but as you might guess, the problem with Physics programs is the same as with Engineering programs (and others), it's the lab courses.
  7. retaw

    retaw New Member

    I know the feeling; always misplacing those darn online degrees haha!

    Yeah, I figured as much. Hmmm. If I had the funds, I'd be doing the Open University degree.... Well, do let me know if you happen to stumble across one!

    I'm not from The States, so obviously it doesn't have to be US based :)
  8. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

  9. TonyM

    TonyM Member

  10. Ian Anderson

    Ian Anderson Active Member

    TESU has a BA in Math/Natural Science
    Thomas Edison State University: Natural Sciences/Mathematics
    You could take courses at any college plus obtain credit for CLEP/DSST exams (such as Astronomy).
    Around 33 additional semester units needed to earn a second bachelor degree

    I started working on credits for this degree but got diverted on to a non-degree activity.

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