Extensive and broad training in areas pertinent to the field of optics and optical engineering.
The Master of Engineering in engineering physics program at Stevens offers students a choice of concentration in three exciting areas of technology: applied optics, solid state physics, and nanotechnology. In contrast to the Master of Science in physics, the Master of Engineering program is intended to provide the student with deeper insight into the specific area of their choice.
Students enrolled in a particular option develop a course of study in conjunction with their academic advisor. Those who choose to continue their education towards a doctoral degree will be well prepared for interdisciplinary physics research, but may have to take additional courses to fulfill the course requirements for a Ph.D. in physics.