Engineering Physics

Students in Engineering Physics learn how to apply the knowledge of the fundamental physical principles underlying modern technology and processes. You will study a strategic combination of math, physics, and engineering courses from a chosen specialty area. Courses in quantum mechanics, laser optics and nanotechnology will help prepare you for an engineering career at the leading edge of technology. You will acquire advanced problem-solving and instrumentation skills, and will be able to apply your superior mathematical, analytical and abstract-thinking ability to modern engineering challenges.

Streams

  • Mechanical
  • Computing
  • Electrical
  • Materials

Careers

  • Aerospace engineering
  • Energy engineering (nuclear, solar, wind, etc.)
  • Management consulting
  • Nanotechnology and quantum computing
  • Software engineering
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Learn more about the Engineering Physics program by exploring the Department of Engineering Physics website.