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Why Study Engineering Physics 

Students who are interested in an engineering career but also want a broader scientific background than traditional engineering disciplines, this is the major for you.

APSU's BSE degree program in Engineering Physics is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. ABET accreditation enhances your employment opportunities and graduation from an is the first step toward professional engineering licensure in the State of Tennessee.

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Engineering Physics is the interdisciplinary study of engineering and physics with a particular emphasis on solving complex, real-world problems. The engineering physics curriculum includes an emphasis on engineering design, like all engineering programs, while also including more advanced physics than a typical engineering degree. Engineering physics graduates are well suited to applying state-of-the-art technologies to problems in engineering design and manufacturing where established approaches are insufficient. Graduates of engineering physics typically work in high-tech, industrial, and manufacturing settings on teams with other engineers, scientists, engineering technologists, and management to solve real-world design and implementation problems.

Department faculty have expertise in a variety of areas including Materials Science & Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Computational Science. Which assists students with participation in the final capstone experience course as well as completing the mandatory Fundamentals of Engineering exam.



What Will I Learn?


Sample Course Plan and General Education Requirements

Engineering Physics Sample 4 Year Plan

General Education Core