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[ERROR] No.3630089 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe]

Hello, /sci/. If one gets a degree in Physics, with a mathematics minor, and has gone through the Navy's Nuke Power School, aka a Navy Nuke.. in the Navy (derp for redundancy), what additional training or classes might be needed to go into Graduate school to get a degree in Engineering?

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>> No.3630108

>Navy's Nuke Power School, aka a Navy Nuke.. in the Navy (derp for redundancy),
>(derp for redundancy)

How the fuck does this happen?

>> No.3630109

>>3630089
If it helps, my degree was in applied physics with a concentration in electronics.

>> No.3630112

>>3630108
How the fuck does what happen?
"Navy Nuke" is slang from anyone in a "Nuclear Field" rating in the Navy. Specifically MM(N), EM(N), and ET(N).

By saying Navy Nuke in the Navy.. it'd redundant. I was being obtuse on purpose.

>> No.3630116

>>3630112
Fuck my lack of grammar this morning.

>> No.3630166

>>3630112
>(derp for redundancy)
cute

>> No.3630167

Bump.

>> No.3630183

Your overqualified for being a regular engineer.
I suggest you sell your Nuclear Technology to the Chinese.

>> No.3630197

>>3630183
>implying China doesn't have shit nuclear technology

>> No.3630208

Well with a degree in Physics and a minor in math you could definitely go into Meteorology, and with engineering experience there are a lot of other things you can do other than a Doppler jockey like most operational fags are. Think field work, storm chasing to test designs or new structures.

>> No.3630209

>>3630208
Its pretty much what I am doing but im focusing on severe storm prediction. We could work on a weather control device together.

>> No.3630212

>>3630209
>a weather control device

in Brazil we call that a butterfly

>> No.3630215

>>3630208
Did you just come from >>3627043 ?

>mfw

>> No.3630219

a

>> No.3630221

>>3630089

Why?

>> No.3630230

>>3630215
No I would never use a weather channel graphic.
I prefer NOAA or my college's Wx, its easier to figure out what is going on if I can see everything. Weather Channel is for soccer moms, and really only good for their local 8's. I do like their forecasting algorithms, but they never show those. Just over simplified colored pictures.

>> No.3630241

>>3630230
So, why meteorology?

>> No.3630252

>>3630241
Cauz' I love it!
Pic related.

>> No.3630277

>>3630252
Why would you want to be a glorified fortune teller?

>> No.3630279

>>3630089
>Bsc in Physics and Math
>Master in engineering
why.jpg

>> No.3630288

>>3630279
1.) I enjoyed my time as a Navy nuke.
2.) I'd like to design electronics, machines, devices, et cetera.
3.) Kaylee is hot.
4.) Mad Engineering > Mad Science.

>> No.3630295

>>3630288
I know she's a mechanic, but I had to throw it in there.

>> No.3630327

Also, engineers are obviously superior.

--ETN#Ou8[AZzq

>> No.3630490

Bump for interest.

>> No.3630504

>>3630288
>4.) Mad Engineering > Mad Science.

In fact, most "mad scientists" are actually "mad engineers," technically.

>> No.3630538

>>3630504
Then they shouldn't be called mad scientists.

>> No.3630560

>>3630538
They should be called butthurt scientists

>> No.3630575

>>3630560
>butthurt scientist
>mfw another term for engineering
>implying engineers do science

>> No.3630608

>>3630504
Wasn't that mentioned in some T. Pratchett's book?

>> No.3630638

>>3630215
This.

>> No.3631517

>>3630608
Yes, The Color of Magic.

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