Information for Prospective Students

A degree in Engineering Physics from the University of Kansas can greatly expand your career opportunities. Graduates can get jobs in either science or engineering and often are involved with creating the newest technologies. The Engineering Physics program at KU allows students to blend their interest in physics with the practical applications in engineering.

Follow the links below for information about our Engineering Physics program. If you have additional questions, please contact the Program Director Professor Chris Fischer at

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