About the courseAcadia’s physics program is the study of the interrelationships and interactions which are fundamental to understanding how the world works. By understanding these principles, physics graduates have traditionally developed new concepts and new technologies that have enabled them to easily move across disciplines to tackle real-world problems in many fields. After the first year of study, paid student positions are available as help centre tutors and as lab assistants. Following the second and third years, numerous opportunities exist for paid summer research projects, either locally or at an international research facility, like CERN, that may form part of an undergraduate thesis. Group work, teaching in labs or the help centre, student class presentations, summer research, and participation in conferences all contribute to your acquisition of the necessary research and communication skills to pursue graduate studies or secure employment.
Intake MonthsJANUARY, SEPTEMBER
Academic entry requirements
You must have successfully completed an Canadian Year 12 (or equivalent senior secondary school qualification) Equivalent qualifications may also include a recognised post secondary diploma in the relevant discipline with the required grades.Meeting the m
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About.Founded in 1838, Acadia University is one of the oldest and most respected liberal arts universities in Canada. Located just a one-hour drive from Halifax, Nova Scotia and its international airport, Acadia is an integral part of the quintessential college town of Wolfville, overlooking the Annapolis Valley and the Bay of Fundy.
The mission of Acadia University is to provide a personalized and rigorous liberal education, promote a robust and respectful scholarly community, and inspire a diversity of students to become critical thinkers, lifelong learners, engaged citizens, and responsible global leaders.By choosing Acadia, students have opportunities to work closely with professors, volunteer in the community, study abroad, enjoy co-op placements, and be engaged in real-world research. Acadia’s four faculties – Arts, Pure and Applied Sciences, Professional Studies, and Theology – offer more than 200 degree combinations in its undergraduate academic programs and graduate programs. Some of the most popular majors are in biology, marketing, English, psychology, environmental studies, and kinesiology.
For over 26 years, Acadia has ranked as one of the top 5 undergraduate universities in Canada and it has consistently ranked as the number 1 undergraduate university in Nova Scotia. Located at the centre of campus, the Vaughan Memorial Library provides many services and specialized collections, which support the teaching and research programs of the University. The library collection of over a million titles in all formats is complemented by numerous electronic services and databases.
Acadia’s 12 residence buildings range from high-rise to heritage and from basic double rooms to deluxe singles in suites. Each residence has a team of residence assistants who build and maintain a sense of community and work with security staff to provide 24/7 campus safety. Acadia is located in the quintessential college town of Wolfville, Nova Scotia, just a one-hour drive from Halifax and its international airport. Just steps beyond campus, students can explore a rich, natural environment that includes the world’s highest tides, vineyards, woodland trails, and rich farmlands.
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The main and only campus of Acadia University is located in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada. The Wolfville campus houses all the faculties and programs. It also has the Acadia University Art Gallery. The war memorial gymnasium and the war memorial house are landmark buildings for Acadia University.