Graduate Certificate Programs in Engineering Physics, Applied Physics

32 universities in graduate certificate programs in Engineering Physics, Applied Physics

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Tuition:  $56,470 per year
Total Cost:  $112,940 * This tuition data is based on IPEDS. For the latest tuition amount, refer to the respective college websites.
State:  New Jersey
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Any student who satisfactorily completes the B.S.E. freshman year program or its equivalent is eligible for admission to the program. Engineering students entering the program are strongly encouraged to complete the following courses or their equivalents by the end of the sopho year.

In applying for admission to the program, a student should indicate interest in a particular area of engineering and should be enrolled as a major in one of the six participating engineering departments or in physics.

An engineering physics major will normally satisfy both program and departmental requirements. In some cases, courses taken under the program requirements may be applied toward the fulfillment of regular departmental requirements. The program requirements are as follows:.

All students must take one upper-class course in mathematics (300 and 400 levels).

Engineering majors must take a minimum of six advanced courses in physics (which may include the following 200-level courses: PHY 205, 207, 209, and 210), and must include the quantum mechanics (PHY 208). At least four of the courses must be listed (or cross-listed) in the physics department.

Physics majors enrolled in the program must have five engineering courses, chosen in consultation with their adviser. They are required to take at least two of their engineering courses in a coherent area of study so that a clear engineering stem can be identified.

Program students are expected to demonstrate strong academic performance. To qualify for the engineering physics certificate upon graduation, a minimum grade average of B in the program courses is required.

The Jeffrey O. Kephart '80 Prize is awarded yearly to the Engineering Physics graduating senior with the most outstanding record.

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ASNT Fellowship Award$20,000High
Ada I. Pressman Memorial Scholarship$5,000High
GeneTex Scholarship Program$2,000High
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