The Engineering Physics major prepares students to pursue careers in industry, either directly after undergraduate studies, or following graduate study in engineering or physics. Many employers value the problem-solving aptitude required of all physics majors, especially as they apply to industrial research and development challenges.
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Meet the Faculty
Your future as a trusted engineering professional and confident problem solver begins with some essential skills. Your General Education courses give you:
Critical Thinking Skills… so that you can both make and follow a reasoned argument and develop habits of organized thinking and rational analysis.
Communication Skills… so that you can translate thoughts into words (spoken and written) and make the complex simple.
Exposure to Arts/Humanities and Social/Behavioral Sciences … so that you see all problems in their larger human context.
Mathematical Reasoning … so that you find and follow the quantitative thread connecting all scientific inquiry.
Scientific Reasoning … so that you can apply the scientific method to phenomenon big and small.
Your BS in Engineering Physics requires 120 credits — typically 15 credits across eight semesters. You will complete 12 general education credits (Arts/Humanities and Social Science).
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Our rigorous engineering physics curriculum allows Florida Poly graduates to:
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