PHYS 431: Quantum Mechanics II Schrödinger Quantum Mechanics from an operator standpoint, wells, barriers and the harmonic oscillator, the Hydrogen atom, electric spin, angular momentum, perturbation theory, matrix representations, relativistic corrections, multi-electron atoms, Zeeman and Stark effects, molecular states. Prerequisites: PHYS 300, 304 3 credits
PRE-MEDICAL AND RELATED PROGRAMS SARAH J. EWING, Ph.D., Director The following programs are in this section. LECOM 4 + 4 Medical LECOM 3 + 4 Medical PCOM 3 + 4 Medical ROSS 3 + 4 Medical ROSS 3 + 4 Veterinary Salus University, 3 + 4 Optometry 3 + 4 Podiatry LECOM 4 + 4 Dental
Pre-Chiropractic Pre-Dental Pre-Medical (Allopathic & Osteopathic) Pre-Optometry Pre-Podiatry Pre-Veterinary
LECOM "4 + 4" MEDICAL PROGRAM This is a conditionally guaranteed Early Acceptance Program presented in cooperation with the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM). This undergraduate professional program of education leads to a degree of Bachelor of Science in Biology or Chemistry, awarded by Gannon University, and the degree of Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, awarded by LECOM. Students enrolled in the program are conditionally guaranteed an acceptance to LECOM. A maximum of twenty (20) high school seniors are interviewed by both Gannon and LECOM. This interview process fulfills LECOM's interview requirement for admission to medical school. From this pool of students, a maximum of ten (10) students are accepted to this program in the senior year of high school. Admissions Requirements for incoming Gannon students: • Completion of four years of science courses at the high school level. • Completion of four years of math courses at the high school level. • Minimum SAT score of 1170 (out of 1600 Math and Critical Reading) or ACT composite score of 26. • Minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 out of 4.0. • Class rank in the top 25%. Students in the program choose either biology or chemistry as a major while at Gannon. Following four years of pre-medical studies at Gannon, up to ten students from this program will matriculate at LECOM if they have fulfilled the following requirements: 1. Cumulative grade point average of a 3.4 or higher in all courses 2. Cumulative grade point average of a 3.2 or higher in science and math courses 3. MCAT scores of at least 7 in each subtest, with a cumulative score of 24 or higher 4. No grade lower than a C in any course required by LECOM 5. Completion of the AACOMAS primary application and the LECOM secondary application to medical school.
Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013