Master's Degree Programme in Physics

Degree title:
Master of Science
Degree program type:
Master's Degree
120+ cr
Responsible organisation:
Faculty of Mathematics and Science
Coordinating organisation:
Department of Physics
Curriculum periods:
2020-2021, 2021-2022, 2022-2023, 2023-2024



Learning outcomes

A student with a master's degree in physics is familiar with the basic theories of nuclear physics, particle physics, or solid-state physics. The student has a thorough knowledge of the topics, methods, and research questions within one's area of ​​specialization. In addition, the student

Is skilled in methods in physics:

  • is familiar with key measurement techniques in one's specialization field and understands their basis.
  • can apply numerical mathematics and modeling to solve problems in one's field.
  • are able to critically evaluate and apply knowledge and research methods

Is able to solve problems:

  • thinks analytically, models natural phenomena, applies theories in practice and solves problems with different methods
  • is able to apply numerical mathematics and modeling to solve problems
  • is able to work as an expert and developer in one's field of specialization

Is able to use creativity:

  • is able to search, evaluate, and apply scientific knowledge
  • is able to conduct a supervised scientific study
  • is able to work as a developer in his field

Can present things clearly:

  • is able to present things clearly orally, visually, and in writing
  • recognizes the importance of interaction skills
  • can work in teams effectively


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