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The engineering physics program combines the physics education of our traditional B.S. degree with a concentration in one of the engineering areas offered at Parks. Students may select a concentration in aerospace, biomedical, computer, electrical or mechanical engineering. An interdisciplinary option gives students the opportunity to explore various engineering fields before choosing a focus area.
The engineering physics program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (EAC of ABET). We offer career mentoring to orient students on suitable career paths and state-of-the-art facilities.
Our admission criteria are flexible in order to accommodate students coming from different educational systems.
Students who have completed their secondary education in the Spanish system must present their marks from the 3rd and 4th year of ESO as well as 1st and 2nd years of Bachillerato, and they must pass Selectividad. Additionally, we require an official academic English exam (TOEFL or IELTS).
If you have questions about the requirements for any specific educational system, please contact the Office of Admissions at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Physics classes at SLU-Madrid include:
Introduction to Astronomy
Introduction to Astronomy Lab
Physics I Lab
Physics II Lab
Engineering Physics I
Engineering Physics I Lab
Engineering Physics II
Engineering Physics II Lab
Nanotechnology: New Revolution
The engineering physics program prepares students for a broad range of careers requiring scientific and technical knowledge, and is ideally suited for students who have an interest and aptitude for both physics and engineering.
The goal of the program is to prepare students to apply the problem-solving approach and principles of physics to solutions for engineering problems at the forefront of science and technology.
Engineering physics graduates work in applied research at the intersection of physics and engineering. Possible career paths include environmental engineering, patent lawyer and research scientist.