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Grace College and Theological Seminary is a wonderful decision for individuals interested in an Engineering Physics major. Students who like a more relaxed life will treasure the school's position in the modest town of Winona Lake, Indiana.
Grace College and Theological Seminary is known for a low crime rate, among the list of the safest schools in the U.S.. Grace College and Theological Seminary has one of the best graduation rates in the nation, with 57.1% of college students completing their degree in four years. Take a deeper dive to see just how well Grace College and Theological Seminary ranks in other categories.
It's difficult to beat Rose - Hulman Institute of Technology if you want to pursue Engineering Physics as a major. Terre Haute, Indiana is the best surrounding for individuals who appreciate the fast-paced urban lifestyle.
The average scholarship granted to freshmen is $18,336 with 98.0% of freshmen getting some type of scholarship. Considering that 7.0% of college grads have defaulted, Rose - Hulman Institute of Technology's default rate of 0.2% is quite notable. Watch some school videos to learn more about what's happening on campus.
It's hard to find a better school than Taylor University if you wish to study Engineering Physics. Students who enjoy a more slow-paced life will appreciate Taylor University's location in the small town of Upland, Indiana.
Study hard for your SAT; the standard score of applicants to Taylor U is 1,100. Score more than 26 on the ACT? That's above the average applicant score, so you should apply. Interested in learning a little more about Taylor University's campus? Have a virtual tour.