When you choose to spend your first two years of your Bachelor of Engineering degree at Truman:
- You benefit from the high quality and small sizes of Truman classes taught by regular faculty.
- You receive personal attention from faculty and you get to know your peers better.
- You learn in a quality liberal arts and sciences environment that offers research opportunities that are more difficult to come by at a larger institution.
All physics and mathematics courses taken at Truman are guaranteed to transfer to the University of Missouri-Columbia and Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, and usually transfer to other engineering schools as well.
Our Pre-Engineering Sample Plans will help you plan for Truman courses to take before transferring to an engineering school. You may also want to look at sample engineering curricula from UM-Columbia and MUST-Rolla. Please consult with your academic advisor to make strategic academic decisions about which courses to take each semester.
As a physics major at Truman, you:
- pursue a rigorous training in the theories and practice of physics
- learn to think independently and critically
- work with modern technology and equipment in a competitive and supportive academic environment