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Engineering Physics

Students who pursue a degree in Engineering Physics from KU often find themselves in careers that put them at the pinnacle of emerging technology. Here you will find information for current and prospective undergraduate students.

Degrees Offered

KU's Engineering Physics program is jointly administered through the School of Engineering and the Department of Physics and Astronomy in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. If you love science, math and engineering, this is the place for you. In our interdisciplinary program students prepare themselves for life in the 21st century. Students work with faculty from both the Department of Physics and Astronomy and the School of Engineering. They can have cutting edge research experiences that run the gamut from A (Automobiles) to Z (Z bosons).The program offers a B.S. degree in engineering physics with opportunities to pursue one of four design options: Aerospace Systems, Chemical Systems, Digital Electronic Systems, and Electromechanical Control Systems.

Our undergraduate degree program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. Degree programs that receive accreditation have undergone an exhaustive peer review of their program to assure they meet and exceed certain standards.

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