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April 9th, 2007
Tulane on course to add physics engineering major
A four-year program in engineering physics will be available this fall. Freshmen and sophomores with the appropriate freshman-level credits will be able to enroll. Tulane also offers majors in biomedical and chemical engineering.
Physics engineering program graduates will receive a bachelor of science degree to pursue careers in computer development, nanotechnology and security encryption development.
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