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Engineering Physics and Graduate Degrees

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Hello,

I am an Engineering Physics major. Are there graduate engineering degrees offered for engineering physics? For example M.eng and D.eng? At which universities?

Also,

*What is the issue regarding offering graduate degrees with EP?

Thanks,
Jounce
 

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Hello, I am an Engineering Physics major in Cornell University. At C.U, the E.P students pick the classes that they want to focus on more, such as classes focused on MechE, ChemE, etc. Many people usually do one extra year for their masters in Applied and Engineering Physics degree, physics, MechE, ChemE, etc. This is all depended on your focus under the E.P major.
 

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