Engineering-Physics-Systems at Providence College

Why Study in the Department of Engineering and Physics at Providence College? 
The Department of Engineering and Physics offers undergraduate programs designed to prepare individuals for careers in fields such as applied science, engineering, information technology, and research. Students who major in engineering, physics, and physics/secondary education at Providence College benefit from a strong liberal arts foundation that enhances their scientific studies by strengthening their analytical, critical-thinking, problem-solving, and communication skills.

The department has a combined engineering program through affiliations with Columbia University in New York City and Washington University in St. Louis, in which students obtain degrees from PC and the affiliated school.

For students who are interested in teaching physics at the high school level, a physics/secondary education track that leads to a bachelor of arts degree is also available. The department also offers a minor in physics.