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B.S. / M.S. in Engineering Physics

  • OVERVIEW
  • ADVANTAGES
  • REQUIREMENTS
  • CAREERS
  • FACULTY

Overview

The accelerated program allows exceptional students to complete both the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics (BSEP) and Master of Science in Engineering Physics (MSEP) degrees. Students enrolled in the BSEP program may apply for entry into the accelerated program when they attain junior standing. Students must have a minimum CGPA of 3.2 in EP/ES/MA/PS courses for selection.

Admission Requirements

To enter this program, students must first be enrolled in the BSEP program, and then apply for entry into the accelerated program when they attain junior standing. The students must have a minimum CGPA of 3.2 in EP/ES/MA/PS courses for acceptance in accelerated MS program.

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Advantages

Combining the fields of space systems engineering and space sciences, this program focuses on the scientific challenges and planning associated with mission design, and the research related to exploration of the space environment. Because of the strong emphasis on fundamentals, the Engineering Physics program provides not only an excellent stepping stone into the space program, but also the flexibility to enter a broad variety of engineering and physics applications and graduate programs.

Requirements

View requirements for the Combined Engineering Physics degree on the Catalog site.

Careers

The Embry-Riddle Connection Gives You a Great Shot At Aerospace Careers and Graduate School

Co-ops, Internships & Employment Opportunities

The wide breadth of knowledge and experience gained by our EP graduates makes them very attractive to aerospace industry employers and, as a result, approximately two-thirds of each graduating class directly enters the workforce. Most EP graduates seeking employment as engineers upon graduation are successful. Recent EP graduates are pursuing careers at:

Graduate School

Equipped proportionally with engineering and science, our graduates are geared to pursue graduate studies in many different branches of engineering and science. Consequently, many EP graduates continue their studies towards an M.S. or Ph.D. at various institutions including

Department of Physical Sciences

Our programs prepare students to make positive scientific and technological contributions to our increasingly complex society.

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