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Our engineering physics (3-2) major combines foundational engineering courses with a liberal arts education to prepare students for the next level of their education and ultimately, their career.
Engineering students also obtain both a bachelor of arts degree in engineering physics and a bachelor of science degree in engineering.
Students spend three years at Saint Anselm completing the liberal arts courses and science and mathematics prerequisites. They then continue their education at a cooperating university to earn their degree in either mechanical, civil, or electrical or chemical engineering.
- The University of Notre Dame (South Bend, Ind.)
- The University of Massachusetts-Lowell (Lowell, Mass.)
- The Catholic University of America (Washington, D.C.)
- Manhattan College (Riverdale, N.Y.)
In consultation with the Dean and student advisors, students may also pursue completion of the program with a non-official partner school. However, admission to to those schools is not guaranteed as there is no official agreement in place between the schools.
Recent graduates have successfully completed the engineering program with Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Worcester, Mass.), Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (Troy, N.Y.), and Wentworth Institute of Technology (Boston, Mass.).
Four years at Saint Anselm - major in applied physics
If an engineering physics major decides to spend all four years at Saint Anselm (it's been known to happen!), they can earn a degree in applied physics.
Recent applied physics graduates continued their education at: Dartmouth College, Yale University, Boston College, Tufts University, and The Pennsylvania State University to name a few.
|Humanities I||Humanities II|
|Freshman English 103||Freshman English 104|
|Mathematics 170||Mathematics 180|
|Physics 131||Physics 132|
|Humanities III||Humanities IV|
|Program varies with the choice of engineering disciplines. For details, contact the Physics Department chairperson.|