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Master of Science - Physics

The degree program offered is an interdisciplinary, research-oriented master’s degree in physics, which qualifies students for scientific work and scientific or research-oriented professional activities.

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Technical admission requirements

The previous degree is checked to see whether the following content is proven to the appropriate extent:

  • at least 30 credit points in experimental physics (mechanics, electro-dynamics, optics, thermodynamics and atomic physics)
  • at least 30 credit points in theoretical physics (mechanics, electro-dynamics, special relativity, quantum mechanics and statistical mechanics)
  • at least 10 credit points in physical internships and
  • At least 20 credit points in in-depth studies (e.g. atomic physics, biophysics, computer physics, elementary particle physics, solid state physics or nuclear physics).

If there is no diploma from a previous degree, a provisional diploma can be accepted in its place.
What needs to be considered when changing from a bachelor's to a master's degree is described here.

Due to in-depth knowledge of mathematics and natural sciences, the graduates have an overview of physical relationships. They are so specialized in a special field that they can catch up with current international research. They are able to solve complex physical problems by planning, setting up and performing experiments and interpreting the results or using simulations based on basic physical principles. In addition, you can critically classify new scientific findings and use them in professional practice.