Students of the Physics BSc program obtain a thorough training in physics form mechanics to particle physics. They learn about the physical laws governing our environment, and get acquainted with the basic constituents and structure of matter. During the BSc program they acquire practical knowledge in physics, computing and technology. They uncover the secrets of the physical world, learn the methods of understanding these. Apart from learning about physics, students will learn how to think and plan logically and solve problems efficiently. A solid basic education in natural sciences that our BSc in Physics program provides is a foundation for further studies not only in physics, chemistry, and biology, but also in engineering, informatics and economics.
The Physics BSc program offers introductory and advanced courses that provides a thorough training in the usual graduate courses in physics: Introductory Physics in the first four semesters including: Mechanics, Heat, Electromagnetism, Quantum, Atomic, Solid State, Nuclear and Particle Physics). In parallel students study Mathematics (2 semesters), Introduction to Chemistry, Introduction to Electronics, Introduction to Informatics, European Union Studies, Entrepreneurship, Introduction to Environmental Sciences, Quality Control, Solid State Physics, Environmental Physics, Digital Electronics, Laboratory Coursework (Mechanics, Heat, Optics, Atomic Physics, Nuclear Physics, Electronics, Solid State Physics, Radioactivity, Dosimetry). In the last two semesters student can specialize in a number of different fields, where we offer courses in from environmental and biophysics to electronics, computational physics and theoretical physics. The Faculty of Natural Sciences provides infrastructural background for a wide range of student laboratory activities throughout the BSc in Physics program.
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