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Engineering Physics

Requirements for the Major

Any three Materials Science and Engineering Courses: 

MSE211 - Statics and Mechanics of Materials
MSE221 - Principles of Electrical Engineering
MSE231 - Science and Engineering of Materials
MSE241 - Semiconductor Physics
MSE320 - Solid State Chemistry
MSE360 - Polymer Chemistry

Core Physics Courses:

PHY151 - Principles of Physics I
PHY152 - Principles of Physics II
PHY311 – Thermal Physics
PHY313 - Modern Physics
PHY321 - Experiments in Physics I
PHY331 - Computational Physics I
PHY351 – Mechanics OR PHY352 - Electromagnetic Theory
PHY601 - Capstone I
PHY602 - Capstone II

Supporting Courses:

MTH152 - Calculus II
MTH250 - Calculus III
MTH253 - Differential Equations
CHE117 - Principles of Chemistry
CHE180 - Inorganic Chemistry
CS151 - Principles of Computer Science I


What can you do with an Engineering Physics degree?

Imagine yourself a mechanical engineer, electrical engineer, mining engineer, nuclear engineer, chemical engineer, management consultant, technical writer, or researcher.