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What can i do with an Engineering Physics degree?

  1. Mar 22, 2016 #1
    I'll be attending the Southeast Missouri State University this fall and i am planning on majoring Engineering Physics: Computer Applications.The course plan includes the following courses: Introduction to Computer Programming, Object Oriented Programming,C and Unix Environment,Computer Applications, Programming for Engineers,Circuit Analysis,Electronic Circuits,Digital Systems Design,Microcontroller and Embedded Systems,Signals and Systems.I will also be taking the Algorithms and Data Structures course.
    I know i'll be eligible for for programming jobs but will i be eligible for electronics and computer engineering jobs?Will i be able to apply for the jobs like signal analyst,computer or mobile hardware engineer?
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  3. Mar 22, 2016 #2

    Dr Transport

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    Looks like a computer engineering degree and less an Engineering Physics degree, where's the physics?
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