The core of the study programme comprises six subjects: Experimental Physics (semesters 1 to 5), Mathematics (semester 1 to 3), Theoretical Physics (semesters 1 to 5), Advanced Physics lab course (semester 6), Numerical Mathematics (semester 4), and the internship (semester 5). The remaining credit points are awarded for the electives (German courses or Chemistry/Computational Software), the specialisation courses in topical physics areas, and for the Bachelor's thesis.
Study abroad unit(s)
There are possibilities to do internships at:
Forms of assessment
Written and oral examinations
The Bachelor's programme provides basic knowledge, capabilities and scientific methods for independent business and research work in physics or related topics. Graduates are able to pursue further scientific education. Traditional fields of employment for physicists are in microelectronics, construction of scientific and medical devices, fine mechanics, engineering, optics, the chemical industry and communication technology. Thanks to the analytic research concepts and problem-solving strategies physicists have learned, they often find employment in fields seemingly unrelated to physics. Graduates of our programme are invited to continue their education in our Master's programme in Physics or in a related subject.