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Engineering Physics, Bachelor of Science Degree

Why a degree in engineering physics?

The engineering physics program prepares students for employment in a technical field or provides a strong foundation for graduate studies in either the sciences or engineering. Graduates may go on to careers in industry, government or academia.

According to a 2011 report from Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce, bachelor's degree holders in engineering physics had median earnings over their career of $78,000. The top three occupations for these  graduates were management, engineering and computer services.

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