Watch Dr. Bob Davis, Department Chair of the Physics and Engineering Department, as he tells you about the equipment you will learn to use to perform research.
Physics and Engineering Department
Accredited program. Graduate-level research. Prepared.
State-of-the-Art Equipment. ABET Accreditation in Engineering Physics. The ability to do graduate level research with places like NASA or the Air Force – as an undergraduate student. Summer internships at places like Stanford and the Mayo Clinic. Job opportunities at places like CERN.
Why would you study physics and engineering at Taylor? Why wouldn’t you!
Most important, you will have access to all these opportunities while being mentored by excellent faculty who are passionate about helping you integrate your faith into all that you do, wherever God has called you -- whether that is working for the government, in health care, in education or in the mission field.
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Physics & Engineering News
The 48th Annual Natural Sciences Seminar, a series of Monday afternoon lectures and presentations, begins Monday, September 17. The meetings will be held at 4:00 p.m., each Monday in Room 109 in Taylor University’s Euler Science Complex.