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Engineering Physics

The Engineering Physics program at the University of Oklahoma was ABET accredited in 1953. It is an interdisciplinary combination of both the College of Engineering and the Department of Physics and Astronomy.

The Engineering Physics program is excellent preparation for graduate school and many of these students go immediately to graduate school in physics or engineering.


Career Opportunities

  • Field Engineer
  • Process Development Engineer
  • Process Scientist
  • Engineering Facilities Manager
  • Project Engineer
  • Cryogenics Technician
  • Device Engineering Manager
  • Materials Research Technologist
  • Spectroscopy Physicist
  • Accelerator Engineer
  • Optical Fabrication Engineer
  • Research Scientist/Engineer
  • Experimental Physicist
  • Optical Thin Film Engineer
  • Test Engineer
  • Biomedical Optics Engineer

Related Skills


Hiring Institutions


Career Paths of Recent Graduates

Related Websites

Job Listings:

National Index of Engineering Jobs and Resources
Engineering Central
EngineerJobs.com
Just Engineers
NationJob Network
Biotech Jobs
TopEngineeringJobs.com
OK Job Match

Career Planning:

What You Need to Know About
Occupational Outlook Handbook

Organizations and Associations:

The American Physical Society
American Institute of Physics
Society of Physics Students
Institute of Physics

Miscellaneous:

Engineering Physics at the University of Oklahoma