Researchers in our Department of Engineering Physics are at the forefront of a nationwide push toward the next generation of nuclear power reactors. In one aspect of this effort, we are collaborating through a $3 million U.S. Department of Energy program to advance molten salt reactors.
Professor Paul Wilson elected to American Nuclear Society Board of Directors. Read more.
Madeline Kothe recently received the Brooke Owens Fellowship, an opportunity that encourages women pursuing careers in aerospace by matching them with internships and mentorships. Read more.
Jacob Notbohm received a NSF CAREER Award to decipher mechanical properties of fibrous materials. Read more.
The Engineering Physics Department integrates fundamental physics, mathematics, and engineering principles to solve societal problems while educating new generations of technical leaders.
Our department is unique in that we offer several academic degrees that allow you to specialize in the discipline of your choice, yet through your experiences here, you can interact with faculty, staff and students in each degree program. We offer the following academic degrees:
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering Mechanics
- Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics
- Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering
- Master of Science in Engineering Mechanics – Fundamentals of Applied Mechanics option
- Master of Science and PhD in Engineering Mechanics
- Master of Science and PhD in Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics