Introduce yourself to engineering with Lindenwood University's Engineering Physics minor.
Earning an Engineering Physics Minor at Lindenwood University
You can earn a minor in engineering physics at Lindenwood University. A minor is simply a secondary academic subject to add to your knowledge, whether it is of professional or personal interest.
A minor in Engineering Physics requires 38 credit hours. You will study subjects like general physics, modern physics, engineering mechanics – statics and dynamics, circuit theory, and calculus.
A student majoring in mathematics may also take a minor in engineering physics or participate in a pre-engineering program. Possible career paths include jobs with large aerospace, automobile, and electronic corporations.
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