What is Engineering Physics?
Physics is called the “fundamental science,” and engineering is the practical application of physics and other sciences. Our Engineering Physics graduates work as professional engineers in government or private industry in a variety of fields such as electronics, aerospace, mechanical engineering, petroleum engineering, software engineering, and many more. Engineering Physics graduates also work in careers such as meteorology, architecture, and education.
Why Study Engineering Physics at SWOSU?
Our family-like atmosphere provides you with the assistance and encouragement that will help you succeed. The 14-member, all Ph.D. faculty offers specialized expertise at all levels of instruction, and opportunities to do research with a faculty mentor as early as your first year. Graduate schools, corporations, and government agencies all actively recruit our graduates.