The program is directed toward students who are interested in the interplay of basic physics with work on the frontiers of engineering development. Graduates are prepared for advanced study in both engineering and physics. The major goal of the engineering physics program is to prepare graduates who can apply state-of-the-art concepts in basic science to solve engineering problems, cutting across the bounds of conventional engineering disciplines to develop innovative approaches to the analysis and design required by our advancing technological environment. Specialty areas are available in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, and industrial engineering.
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Classification: Higher Education Institution (Not Carnegie Classified)
Locale: Midsize City
Size & Settings: 20,000-39,999