School of Science & Engineering

Engineering Physics (B.S.)

Students studying Engineering Physics usually fall into two categories, those wishing to pursue a graduate degree in physics (or possibly engineering), or those with a passion for physics and research and are seeking a career in a high-tech industry or national lab. The program gives students a strong theoretical foundation in physics and mathematics principals, while also building strong skills in hardware, software, and design.

What class will I take?

Among the classes in the 85-hour major are:

  • circuit analysis
  • computational problem solving
  • engineering thermodynamics
  • general chemistry
  • modern physics

Full list of courses required for the Engineering Physics Major

What kind of jobs can I anticipate after graduation?

  • aerospace testing
  • forensic scientist
  • quality control manager
  • nuclear physicist
  • professor
  • seismologist

How can I learn more?

The academic catalog contains additional information such as course descriptions. To set up a meeting with a faculty member in this area, please contact the Admissions Office.