General inquiries about the BS in Engineering Physics - Mechanical Systems program may be directed toward our Engineering Physics Coordinator Dr. Abdellah Ait Moussa. Please see below for more information.
The BS in Engineering Physics Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012 - telephone: (410) 347-7700.
EP-Mechanical Systems Program Educational Objectives
Graduates of the engineering physics - mechanical systems will be able to:
1) Apply fundamental principles of science, mathematics, and engineering, allowing them to learn and adapt technologies to recognize, analyze, and solve engineering problems in their specialty.
2) Function and communicate effectively, both individually and within multidisciplinary teams.
3) Commit to continuous learning and professional development.
What is Engineering Physics?
Engineering Physics is an interdisciplinary engineering discipline where students gain thorough grounding in applied physics and engineering science so they are able to pursue a chosen technical area (i.e. an engineering discipline or specific applied physics area).
Engineering Physics at UCO?
At University of Central Oklahoma, the engineering physics program is designed in a way to develop a deeper understanding of the engineering fundamentals through a broad physics and mathematics program in an engineering context. Our EP curriculum is a combination of essential, electives as well as various laboratory courses. In addition, the EP program is equipped with hands-on experience with modern computers, lab facilities, and engineering workshop. This enhanced extensive knowledge can easily be integrated with the practical aspects of a conventional engineering discipline.
Engineering Physics - Mechanical Systems at UCO
The EP-MS major is designed for those students interested in Mechanical systems. The specialization courses may include courses such as mechanical design, thermal system design, electromechanical systems, and computational methods for engineers. Students in Mechanical Systems often either go directly to work as engineers in industry or attend graduate school in mechanical engineering.
You can find information for about applying to UCO at the Office of Prospective Student Services / Scholarships. This site also has information and links to scholarships offered to freshman students.
Information about scholarships available through the Department of Engineering and Physics are available on the department's scholarship page.
If you would like further information about the Department of Engineering and Physics programs, or would like to arrange to visit, please contact:
Department of Engineering and Physics
University of Central Oklahoma
100 North University Drive
Edmond, Oklahoma 73034-5209