Physics and Electrical Engineering
W. Andrew Berger, Ph.D., Chair
Joseph W. Connolly, Ph.D.
Paul F. Fahey, Ph.D.
Declan Mulhall, Ph.D.
Juan D. Serna, Ph.D.
Robert A. Spalletta, Ph.D.
Nicholas Truncale, M.S.
Argyrios C. Varonides, Ph.D.
Christine A. Zakzewski, Ph.D.
The mission of the Department of Physics and Electrical Engineering is to provide comprehensive undergraduate degree programs in Physics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Biophysics, and Engineering Management. The department is committed to providing an environment in which our students attain the knowledge and skills to contribute to, and thrive in, their chosen profession. This environment includes a full spectrum of courses, providing a framework and foundation, research and internship opportunities to foster the application and expansion of knowledge and skills, mentoring and advising to promote personal and intellectual growth and opportunities to reach out to the local and regional community to reinforce a commitment to ethical, professional and socially conscientious practices. The Department of Physics and Electrical Engineering seeks to support the overall mission of The University of Scranton and the College of Arts and Sciences to provide a transformative educational experience for our students firmly rooted in the Jesuit intellectual tradition.
Courses for Engineering are listed under the prefixes ENGR, E/CE and EE. Courses for Physics are listed under the prefix PHYS. For more information on these courses visit the Physics and Electrical Engineering Department Courses page. For more information, visit our Courses By Departments page.
The Environmental Studies Concentration is affiliated with the department.
For information on the CAS/MBA Five-Year Program, visit our CAS/MBA Five-Year Program page.
For more information about the Physics and Electrical Engineering department, visit its website.