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ENGP Course Offerings and Sample Schedules

Special Course for High School Students

ENGP 1005

Introduction to Electronics with Lab (3)
Engineering Physics Courses

ENGP 1410

Statics (3)

ENGP 2010

Electric Circuits (3)

ENGP 2011

Electric Circuits Lab (1)

ENGP 2310

Product and Experimental Design (3)

ENGP 2020

Computational Concepts and Applications (4)

ENGP 2420

Engineering Dynamics (3)

ENGP 2430

Mechanics of Materials (3)

ENGP 3120

Materials Science and Engineering (3)

ENGP 3170

Computational Physics and Engineering (3)

ENGP 3230

Quantum Information Science and Engineering (3)

ENGP 3350

Kinetics of Material Systems (3)

ENGP 3360

Structure of Materials (3)

ENGP 3380

Materials for Energy (3)

ENGP 3410

Summer Internship I (3)

ENGP 3420

Summer Internship II (3)

ENGP 3430

Professional Development for Engineers I (1)

ENGP 3440

Professional Development for Engineers II (1)

ENGP 3530

Advanced Laboratory (3)

ENGP 3560

Photonic Materials and Devices (3)

ENGP 3600

Nanoscience and Technology (3)

ENGP 3620

Microfabrication and Nanotechnology (3)

ENGP 3700

Electronic Properties of Materials (3)

ENGP 3910/3911

Processing of Biomaterials (3)

ENGP 4310

Team Design Project & Professional Practice I (3)

ENGP 4320

Team Design Project & Professional Practice II (3)

ENGP 4880/4882

Writing Intensive: ENGP 4310/4320 (1)

ENGP 4891

Service Learning: ENGP 4320 (0)

ENGP 4910

Independent Studies (3)

ENGP 4920

Independent Studies (3)

ENGP 4990

Honors Thesis (3)

ENGP 5000

Honors Thesis (4)

Sample Schedules for Prospective Majors Engineering Physics

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Important Note: These sample schedules show one of many ways to fulfill all requirements for graduation with an Engineering Physics degree. See the course catalog or the department website for more information about the major, including a list of courses that may be used to satisfy the engineering electives requirement, the classical elective requirement, and the contemporary elective requirement. The sequence of courses taken will differ among students depending on interests, future goals, advanced placement status, desired minor in another department, and other factors.

You will need to consult regularly with your Engineering Physics faculty advisor (either Prof. Matt Escarra [escarra@tulane.edu] or Prof. Jerry Shakov [kshakov@tulane.edu]) to maintain a program that fits your needs.

University Core Courses Note: The writing course, TIDES course, public service course, and cultural knowledge electives satisfy Newcomb-Tulane core requirements for graduation. See the Core Curriculum section of the catalog for more details. Note, however, that Engineering Physics students are exempt from the Foreign Language requirement. Instead, you are required to complete 18 credits of cultural knowledge electives (instead of the usual 12). At least 6 of these credits must be in the humanities or fine arts, at least 6 must be in the social sciences, and the remaining 6 may be in either category. Also, one of your cultural knowledge electives must satisfy the European Tradition requirement, and one must satisfy the Outside of the European Tradition/Comparative Cultures requirement. Please talk regularly with your Newcomb-Tulane College advisor to ensure that you are meeting the requirements of the core curriculum.

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