The Master of Engineering in Engineering Physics program is exciting, emphasizing the accretion of the student’s physics and engineering skills. This is a continuance of the Department of Physics and Astronomy’s innovative Engineering Physics discipline.
Specialized courses in the student’s research interest and allied fields precede a written thesis. M.S. degree candidates must pass an oral exam on the thesis work. A non-thesis option requiring 36 course credits is also available.
(choose 3 of 4)
- PHY 501 Mechanics I
- PHY 502 Electrodynamics I
- PHY 503 Quantum Mechanics I
- PHY 510 Graduate Laboratory
- Three electives from: engineering course sequence
- PHY 512 Statistical Mechanics
- PHY 574 & PHY 575 Methods of Theoretical Physics