Engineering Physics is a link between basic science and the traditional branches of engineering.
Engineering Physics is the study of physics concepts as they apply to engineering.
Engineers often face challenges that require an understanding of many aspects of a technical problem. To meet these challenges, Engineering Physics graduates rely on a solid background in physics, chemistry and mathematics, as well as experience in other engineering disciplines such as materials, mechanical, chemical, and electrical engineering. This integrated union of disciplines is required most urgently in the development and emerging applications of high technology, and graduates of the engineering physics programme are frequently employed in these areas.