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Engineering Physics

Autonomous cars, speech and face recognition, robots that stock warehouses — engineering physics has made what was once magical possible. Students who minor in engineering physics will learn how these and other monumental achievements became a reality.

Our interdisciplinary curriculum combines physics and engineering with computer science and machine learning. You'll leave with a strong understanding of the computational hardware and software that will help them shape the future of this rapidly developing field.

Engineering physics widened my perspective of what I can achieve. Thanks to the computational physics classes in particular, I figured out my passion and the direction for my future career, which is to dedicate myself to the field of artificial intelligence.”

WENYI GAO '17

Engineering Physics, Minor

2130 Fulton St.
Harney Science Center 107E
San Francisco, CA 94117-1080