Engineering physics

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Facts about engineering physics.

  • The undergraduate engineering physics degree is designed for students who want to pursue careers of research or development in applied science or advanced technology or engineering.
  • Its distinguishing feature is a focus on the fundamentals of physics and mathematics, both experimental and theoretical, that are at the heart of modern engineering and research and have broad applicability.
  • A number of graduates go on for advanced study in all areas of applied science, basic science, and engineering for this degree.

Pros and cons

Pros:


- Physic engineers get payed very well about 64 to 116 thousand dollars a year.


- Lots of schools to attend to get a degree in engineering physics.


- Also there is online classes you can take to become an physics engineer.


Cons :


- This degree may become stressful sometimes.


- Need to spend more time in school for the degree.


- Work load can be unpredictable and at times very high.

Classes that you need to take in high school and college.

  • Biology
  • Calculus
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science and Programming
  • English Composition
  • Physics

3 colleges for this career

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Pros:

-Physic engineers get payed very well about 64 to 116 thousand dollars a year.

- Lots of schools to attend to get a degree in engineering physics.

- Also there is online classes you can take to become an physics engineer.

Cons :

- This degree may become stressful sometimes.

- Need to spend more time in school for the degree.

-Work load can be unpredictable and at times very high.

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