Physics students at Le Moyne enjoy close working relationships with their classmates and with the physics faculty in a course of study that includes in-depth exploration of the physics of electromagnetic fields, analytical mechanics, electronics, computational techniques, relativity, and quantum mechanics. The Department enjoys newly renovated laboratories and classrooms, and its own machine shop. Laboratory courses introduce students to experimental technique and advanced laboratory electronics and equipment while investigating in-depth the physics of classical and quantum systems. Even non-lab courses frequently incorporate hands-on elements so that students develop a solid understanding of the connection between the physical world and the theory studied in classes. All physics B.S. students complete a semester-long capstone project of their own design that marries individual interests with the knowledge mastered in coursework.
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Physics students have the opportunity to work with faculty members on their research. Faculty research interests include nuclear and particle physics, particle detector technologies, plasma physics, quantum mechanics, cosmology, general relativity, quantum gravity, planetary astronomy, and electrical engineering.
Le Moyne also has staff dedicated to placing interested physics and engineering students in internships and off-campus research experiences. The Syracuse area enjoys a high density of high-tech employers, creating many opportunities for exciting internships. In fact, many Le Moyne students are now employed by the companies they interned with as undergraduates.
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A completed freshman application (fee waived online)
Official high school transcript
Guidance/College Counselor Recommendation Form or three letters of recommendation from clergy, coaches, employers, teachers, etc.
Official SAT or ACT scores, if desired or required (see Freshman Admission Requirements, #2). Non-native English speakers must submit either the SAT, ACT, TOEFL, or the IELTS.
International Baccalaureate (IB) credit is accepted by Le Moyne College and reviewed on an individual basis. Credit is determined by the score received on the exam as well as the diploma earned.
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