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Engineering Physics Program

Engineering physics is a new program designed for students who have an interest in both engineering and physics. This program has two potential tracks:

B.S. Engineering Physics, Mechanical and Manufacturing Track: This track will require 12 credit hours from courses in engineering technology with specialization in mechanical and manufacturing systems

B.S. Engineering Physics, Electronics Track: This track requires 12 credit hours from courses in engineering technology with specialization in electronics.

Engineering Physics graduates have the potential to work in may fields:

  • Design
  • Instrumentation
  • Testing
  • Robotics
  • Transportation
  • Bioengineering
  • Production Operations
  • Maintenance
  • Technical Sales
  • Public Utilities
  • Insurance
  • more!

For the complete list of required courses for the Engineering Physics major, click here.

For a detailed schedule of physics course offerings in the coming semesters, click here.