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Requirements for Concentrations within the Engineering Physics Major

Mechanical Engineering Concentration
To receive a concentration in Mechanical Engineering, the student would need to take any 4 of the course listed below as part of their major electives. Also, you can view a sample curriculum for the Mechanical Engineering Concentration.
  • Engineering Statics and Dynamics (PHYS 2101)
  • Mechanics of Materials (PHYS 2102)
  • Fluid Mechanics (PHYS 3201)
  • Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamics (PHYS 3205)
  • Modeling, Simulation and Design (PHYS 3555)
  • Introduction to Electrical Engineering (PHYS 4010)
  • Machine Dynamics and Mechanism Design (PHYS 4025)

Biomedical Engineering Concentration
To receive a concentration in Biomedical Engineering, the student would need to take any 4 of the course listed below as part of their major electives. Also, you can view a sample curriculum for the Biomedical Engineering Concentration.
  • Organic Chemistry I (CHEM 2521) and Organic Lab I (CHEM 2541)
  • Mechanics of Materials (PHYS 2102)
  • Introductory Biology I (BISC 1403)
  • Biomechanics (PHYS 4020)
  • Introduction to Electrical Engineering (PHYS 4010)
  • Medical Instrumentation and Imaging (PHYS 4021)
  • Modeling, Simulation and Design (PHYS 3555)

Electrical Engineering Concentration
To receive a concentration in Electrical Engineering, the student would need to take any 4 of the course listed below as part of their major electives. Also, you can view a sample curriculum for the Electrical Engineering Concentration.
  • Introduction to Electrical Engineering (PHYS 4010)
  • Computer Science I (CISC 1600)
  • Programming for Math and Science (CISC 2011)
  • Probability (MATH 3006)
  • Introduction to Robotics (CISC 3060)
  • Quantum Mechanics (PHYS 4005)
  • Modeling, Simulation and Design (PHYS 3555)

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