- Strong math background
- Ability to use computers and derive data
- Strong technical communication skills
- Ability to use theories in practice
- Strong analytical skills
- Logical thinker
Being Successful in the Field
If you’re interested in engineering, there are many resources to help narrow down your options. Nearly every engineering specialty has its own organization and information about the field can be found on their websites. The National Society of Professional Engineers is a good starting point for some basic information.
Students in our Engineering Physics degree sequence primarily become practicing engineers in their field of specialization. Our program can be tailored to any engineering school you choose, making your choice of specialization completely open.
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