The B.S. in Engineering Physics degree is designed for the ever-changing technologies and opportunities of the 21st century. The degree is designed to provide graduates with skills in emerging technological areas. These graduates will become a source of qualified employees for high-tech start-up companies and traditional engineering firms, as well as being highly prepared for advanced graduate degrees.
Graduate students in Applied Science at UC Davis use mathematics and physics to discover new knowledge at the dynamic intersections of engineering, mathematical, physical and biological sciences. The mission is to advance the leading edge of research and create tools to serve industry, government and society.