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UNT's Bachelor of Science in Physics with a concentration in engineering physics not only gives you the strong math, problem solving and analytical skills needed to study the structure and interaction of matter and energy but also provides you the opportunity to bridge the gap between science and engineering. Student will have a solid understanding of physics principles and know how to apply them to solve engineering problems. You will become an engineer who can make things work and also understands how they work.
Physicists use math, problem solving experience, analytical skills and their imaginations to study the structure and interaction of matter and energy — the way things work. This information is important in:
Graduates are employed in various research and management careers in business, education, the armed forces, the government, national laboratories and NASA. For example, you may work for a company that develops new electronic devices, teach high school physics or work for a research laboratory furthering the exploration and use of space.
A major in Physics can also prepare you for medical school or a graduate program in Physics or a related field.