I took Intro to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and became captivated by my first insights into the nanoscale. It was then that I affiliated with AEP.
The Engineering Physics program is oriented towards students who are stimulated by the challenge of solving technical problems ranging from the fundamental to the applied, and who are seeking a broadly-based engineering education to prepare for diverse careers in a rapidly changing technical world.
Whether your interest is in basic research or in biotechnology, computer and information sciences, microelectronics, nanotechnology, photonics and optical engineering, software development, or any of the other burgeoning fields of engineering that require outstanding technical background, an engineering physics bachelor’s degree is your key to success.
Engineering Physics offers you an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of rapidly changing technology through an extensive physics and mathematics program within an engineering context. With electives and laboratory courses, you can easily combine this enhanced knowledge with the practical aspects of conventional engineering disciplines.