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B.S. in Engineering Physics

The core engineering physics (formerly, applied physics) program requires 128 semester credit hours for graduation. Topics cover 30 credits of general math/science, 6-7 credits of applied physics coursework, and an addition 24 hours of  applied physics electives.

Sample 4-Year Engineering Physics Curriculum

Sample Engineering Courses

Applied Physics Major Requirements (30 hours)

  • MAT 230 Calculus I
  • MAT 231 Calculus II
  • PHY 201 University Physics I
  • PHY 202 University Physics II
  • PHY 212 Modern Physics
  • PHY 220 Astrophysics and Cosmology 3
  • PHY 440 Introduction to Nanotechnology and

Nanosystems 3

  • PHY 460 or498 Physics Intern./Direct Research
  • PHY 490 Senior Seminar 2

Applied Physices Major Requirements (6 – 7 hours)
(Choose 2)

  • CHE 325 Physical Chemistry
  • PHY 330 Electricity and Magnetism
  • PHY 350 Biophysics

This plan is only a sample and will vary by student and course availability. 

A minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA and a minimum 2.0 major GPA are required for graduation. To meet degree requirements, some disciplines require higher grades in each course or a higher cumulative GPA.

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