Engineering Physics (University of Illinois - Chicago)
Engineering physics combines several disciplines to prepare students for a range of career options. With the knowledge that crosses between physics, mathematics, and various engineering fields, students may become data analysts, laser engineers, physics teachers, consultants, and more. Through the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics degree at the University of Illinois, Chicago, students may learn about computer, nuclear, electrical, electronic, materials or mechanical engineering to tailor the degree to their interests.
The 128 hours of required coursework is made up of 72 hours of general education requirements that are not engineering, 44 hours of courses within the College of Engineering, three hours of a math elective, and nine hours of technical electives. These courses require around four years to complete.
General education courses cover the major categories of English, history, creative arts, culture and society, calculus, physics, and chemistry. The College of Engineering requires students to take classes in orientation, materials, programming, circuit analysis, signals and systems, nanoelectronics, and fluid mechanics, among others. Students finish out the degree by choosing their math and technical electives.Apply Now
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