Demonstrate your skills
In BC’s engineering and physics department, your degree can be specifically tailored to your desired focus and career aspirations. A major in the field of engineering will prepare you for a variety of challenging and rewarding careers, applicable in engineering, science and technology, as well as any career emphasizing advanced analytical skills.
BC’s major in engineering will prepare you for a challenging and rewarding career in mechanical engineering, robotics, aerospace, electrical systems, and technology, and manufacturing. Take advantage of hands-on learning opportunities in our electronics laboratory, mechanical design and fabrication lab, and 3D printing lab. Collaborate with other students on engineering projects and more.
Rachel Zarin ’20, who double majored in applied physics and health and exercise science, completed a summer research project in 2019 with funding from the Dr. John Martin Summer Science Research Institute. For the project, Zarin created a 3-D printed prosthetic arm to which she attached motors and sensors to keep the hand level as it moves. After graduation, she went on to receive her master of science in engineering in bioengineering from the University of Pennsylvania and now works as a biomedical technology developer.
Engineering and Physics Faculty
Meet the faculty of the engineering and physics department. Students will engage from faculty who are constantly going above and beyond to keep learning and making connections of their own.