The MSc program in Physics, offered by the Faculty of Science and Technology, is designed for individuals holding a Bachelor’s degree in Physics. This program spans four semesters and leads to the qualification of Physicist.
The curriculum is comprehensive, aiming to equip students with advanced skills and knowledge in physics. It encompasses various key areas, including general knowledge in mathematics and informatics, as well as modern physics, which covers atomic and molecular physics, condensed matter physics, statistical physics, nuclear and particle physics, along with advanced laboratory courses.
Furthermore, students delve into specialized knowledge in modern physics, allowing them to gain a deeper understanding of their chosen field. The program culminates in the completion of a thesis, where students have the opportunity to contribute to the body of knowledge in the field of physics through their own research.
The program places a strong emphasis on practical applications of physics principles, enabling students to develop and operate industrial, IT, and measuring systems related to physical laws and high technology processes. This practical training is complemented by a solid theoretical foundation.
Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be well-prepared to pursue careers in various sectors, including research, industry, and technology. They will also have the aptitude to further their studies in the framework of doctoral studies, if they choose to do so. The program not only provides a thorough education in physics but also fosters the ability to think critically and conduct independent research, making graduates highly valuable in the field.