Engineering Physics (EP) is the application of Physics to engineering problems in a variety of discipline. The study of EP emphasizes the application of basic scientific principles to the design of equipment, which includes electronic and electro-mechanical systems, for use in measurements, communications and data acquisition.
The undergraduate programme in EP stresses the basic physics and mathematical tools that are important to all engineers and scientists. This emphasis, combined with hands-on-experience with modern computers, electronics and lasers is an excellent preparation for a broad range of careers. The EP programme is intended for men and women with strong aptitude in science and mathematics who wish to apply these fundamental subjects to technical problems without regard for the historical divisions among disciplines.
Under this programme the following specialties are offered: Physics with Computational Physics, Optoelectronics with Electronics and Communication Physics.