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Allegheny College

Physics - Astronomy

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2 Credits

Live interactive classes with college professors. Interact with other bright and ambitious students. Official transcript with transferrable credits upon completion.

Course Content

A study of the Earth and heavenly bodies, their observed characteristics and motions, and the theories that account for them. The course is designed to give students an understanding of the tools and fundamental physical concepts of astronomy. Topics covered include celestial timekeeping, gravity, orbits, light, the birth and evolution of stars, black holes and other compact objects, dark matter, dark energy, and the big bang theory.

Eligibility

Student should have completed or appeared for Class X exam.

Prerequisite

None

Timelines / Duration

Jul – Aug’20 / 5 weeks

Class Schedule

Summer 2022 – Jun 21 to Aug 12
Fall 2022 –  Sep to Nov

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Fees

Inaugural Price – USD 2,000/-*Contact Us for Scholarships & Payment Plans

Faculty

Prof. Jamie Lombardi
Professor
Physics
B.A., Princeton; M.S., Ph.D., Cornell

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