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Engineering majors design, build, and test. You’ll team with other engineers and scientists to address actual problems. Your design products will interact with our world—and you’ll engage with the cultural and social contexts for the issues you’re tackling. You’ll learn the flexibility to incorporate new tools and understandings in electrical devices, structures, thermodynamics, project management, fluid mechanics, controls, and engineering design. And by graduation, you’ll have the practical skills, real-world experience, and global awareness to adapt to our ever-evolving technological world.
Once you graduate, you are qualified for any related graduate program or working in all major sectors:
This program also prepares you for success in any field by developing not just your math and science aptitude, but also your communication, teamwork, and creative problem-solving skills. It also prepares you to tackle a range of projects from design to completion.
Our Physics & Engineering graduates are working with these organizations:
Our Physics & Engineering graduates have attended these graduate schools:
“The Physics & Engineering Department helped shape me into who I am today, and for that I will be forever grateful. Not only did they provide me with an extraordinary amount of knowledge, they also provided me with the confidence I needed to obtain my goals.”
- Jane Fleming (Engineering, ’14)
“The FLC Department of Physics & Engineering has dedicated and experienced faculty who not only offer a rock-solid foundation through their coursework, but also continuously create positive growth. This department is a limitless opportunity for those wishing to advance their technical knowledge and skills.”
- Brandon Halley (Engineering, ’13)
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