Physics occupies a central position in science and technology. It is concerned with fundamental questions about the basic building blocks of matter and how the universe evolved. The course equips students with the same fundamental background in physics and with the same numerical and computational skills, as those graduating via the more traditional Physics degree course. This course is not differentiated from the Physics degree until Year 3. As part of this course, students obtain practical experience using a research-grade telescope abroad in Year 3.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma with a minimum GPA: 3.7/4.0 plus new SAT: Minimum 1470 or ACT: 32.A minimum score of 640 in SAT or ACT 28 in Maths component or AP 3 is required. Applicants are expected to have completed 4 years of English, at least 3 years of Math, (4 years recommended) at least 2 years of History/Social Science and a language and at least 2 years of a laboratory science subject (4 years recommended).
The Student Contribution Charge for all EU students is €3,000. EU tuition may be covered by the Free Fees Initiative.
Application deadline for EU students is February 1. Closing date for late applications is May 1.
- 4 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning