School of Science & Engineering
The engineering physics major at Anderson University gives students a strong theoretical foundation in physics and mathematics principals, while also building strong skills in hardware, software, and design.
Students in this program usually fall in two categories – those wishing to pursue a graduate degree in physics (or possibly engineering), and those with a passion for physics and research who are seeking a career in a high-tech industry or national lab.
Students with a passion for engineering and physics will gain valuable experience in both fields with this major, allowing them to pursue a variety of careers when they graduate, or to pursue graduate-level degrees.
- Graduate with a BS in Engineering Physics in four years.
- Aerospace Testing
- Forensic Science
- Quality Control Management
- Nuclear Physics
- Higher Education Teaching
- Circuit Analysis
- Computational Problem Solving
- Engineering Thermodynamics
- General Chemistry
- Modern Physics
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