Does the opportunity to explore the next-generation of technologies appeal to you?
- You want a degree that puts you in a position to not only know emerging technologies but create them.
- You will take labs in Acoustics, Fiber Optics, Nanotechnology and Computational Physics.
- Our faculty are doing research in computational materials science, biomedical ultrasound, structural vibration, musical acoustics, photonics, semiconductors and nanoparticles.
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Companies in bold also are current Co-op employers with Kettering University.
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Our Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Physics is at the nexus of physics and specific areas of advanced or emerging technology.
It explores topics not typically covered in depth under the traditional engineering education, such as applications of optics, acoustics and materials in fields like nanotechnology, telecommunications, medical physics and devices, or advanced and electronic materials. Prospects for job growth are strong in all these fields, with median salaries just under $100,000, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The program provides desirable skills to establish your career in industry and government sector, in addition to laying a solid foundation to begin graduate studies in applied sciences or engineering.
You will take an individually designed sequence of courses in engineering such as energy systems engineering or mechanical design. You’ll also get hands-on experience working with an industry partner in a Co-op experience.
The Engineering Physics program at Kettering University is an ABET accredited engineering physics program.