Loyola University Maryland

Department of Physics

Combined Physics/Engineering Programs

Loyola offers two types of combined degrees in physics and engineering, each of which can be completed in five years:

  1. Dual degree resulting in a BS in physics and a BSE in engineering at Loyola, and
  2. “3-2 Program” with Columbia University, leading to a BS in physics at Loyola and a BS in engineering from the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science at Columbia University.

These programs enable a student to obtain a strong liberal arts education, a foundation in physics, and technical knowledge in a subdiscipline of engineering.

Andrea Erdas
Faculty

Andrea Erdas

This professor of physics believes Loyola’s core Jesuit values provides students with a well-rounded science education

Physics