The Department of Engineering Physics offers the B.S. degree in engineering physics. The degree is designed for the ever-changing technologies in emerging technological areas to graduates who will become a source of qualified employees for high tech, start-up companies and traditional engineering firms, as well as be prepared for advanced graduate degrees.
Students specialize in a technological focus area such as: nanoengineering, plasma science and engineering, and scientific computing.
Distinguishing features of the engineering physics degree include: strong emphasis on math and physics, and engineering fundamentals; choice of a technical focus area beginning in the junior year; emphasis on research project, culminating in a senior thesis.
Smith (also Mathematics)
Waleffe (also Mathematics)
See department website for list.
Facilities available for instruction and research include:
Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer Laboratories
Instructional Computing Labs (in Computer Aided Engineering)
Nuclear Instrumentation Laboratory
Plasma Physics Laboratories
Superconductivity and Cryogenics Laboratories