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B.S. in Engineering Physics

The Engineering Physics program was a broad engineering degree from which the Electrical and Mechanical degree have evolved. However the Engineering Physics program has been terminated effective 2017-2018. For more information, view the B.S. in Mechanical Engineering degree page.

Overview

Our ABET accredited Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Physics provides students with the skills needed for employment as an engineer in the high-paying, high-technology fields related to the Mechanical Engineering industries, as well as advanced research and graduate studies. Students who graduate with this degree have a well-rounded, applicable engineering skill set, which includes elements such as:

  • Design
  • Implementation
  • Proficiency in industry standard tools, including Matlab and LabView
  • Communication/teaming skills

Designed With You in Mind

Our curriculum is designed to provide students with hands-on laboratory experiences, computer simulation, and modern analytical tools that are used to develop innovative solutions regarding mechanical engineering problems. We cover a wide range of topics, such as:

  • Thermal-fluid design
  • System dynamics
  • Alternative energy
  • Control System design
  • Circuits
  • Fluid mechanics
  • Material science

Our faculty members make students their first priority by providing additional opportunities to complete advanced research as undergraduates. 

Accreditations

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Career Opportunities

Graduates of this program will have the option to work in the following industries:

  • Mechanical
  • Aerospace
  • Petroleum
  • Manufacturing

And much more!

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Our Engineering Graduates

Our graduates have gone on to work for companies such as:

  • Raytheon
  • Luminant (Comanche Peak Nuclear Plant)
  • Lockheed Martin
  • L3 Communications
  • Halliburton
  • Schlumberger
Student at the commencement ceremony.

Graduate School Opportunities

Past graduates have gone to complete Masters and Doctoral programs at institutions such as:

  • Texas A&M
  • MIT
  • Stanford
  • Rice
  • University of North Texas

And a variety of other schools!

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Career Services

Career Services offers students a wide variety of professional development opportunities that can translate into careers. A few of these programs include:

  • Career counseling
  • Job fairs
  • Resume assistance
  • Mock interviews

And much more!

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Program Objectives

Graduates of this program will possess the skills necessary for engineering careers, including proficiency in the following:

  • Use of both modern analytical and standard industry tools
  • Thermal-fluid design
  • Control System design
  • Circuits
  • Instrumentation
  • Material science

Coursework Highlights

Class Number Class Name
ENPH 3332 Electromagnetic Field Theory
ENPH 3360 Microwave Theory
ENGR 2303 Engineering Economy
ENGR 3221 Engineering Mechanics: Statics
ENGR 3300 Fundamentals of Circuit Theory
MEEN 3310 Design for Manufacturability
MEEN 3314 Signals and Systems
MEEN 3400 Fluid Mechanics
PHYS 3333 Thermodynamics
PHYS 4330 Mathematical Methods for Physicists and Engineers

For more information about the degree requirements, check out our degree plan.

Facilities and Features

Inverted pendulum system.

Robotics and Control Systems Lab

This lab is home to several undergraduate research initiatives, including:

  • Control Systems development for Autonomous Systems
  • Artificial Intelligence applications in Mobile Robotics
  • Dynamics system modeling using Matlab and LabView
Engineering Club

Engineering Club

This is a club that allows students to gain hands-on experience, as well as make friends with like-minded individuals, all while learning. The meetings for this organization are held in the Hydrology Building room 115.

Student working in the engineering lab.

Environmental and Civil Lab

This lab houses major facilities including:

  • A hydraulics flume
  • High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
  • Structural Behavior Analysis
  • Visual apparatus
  • Total Station Surveying Equipment