About the Course:
M.Sc. Physics is a two-year program. A Master of Science (MSc) in Physics is a degree that can open up many career doors for students interested in a wide range of applications. The coursework for this degree focuses on the fundamentals of physics.
|Eligibility Criteria||Graduate or Equivalent in relevant Subject|
Key areas of study:
Physics is the study of quantity, structure, space and change. It has very broad scope in science, engineering and social sciences. The key areas of study in physics are:
- Solid State Physics
- Classical Mechanics
- Quantum Mechanics
- Nuclear Physics
- Atomic Physics
- Plasma Physics
- Biological Physics
Program Education Objectives:
- Create deep interest in learning mathematics.
- Develop broad and balanced knowledge and understanding of definitions, concepts, principles and theorems.
- Familiarize the students with suitable tools of mathematical analysis to handle issues and problems in mathematics and related sciences.
- Enhance the ability of learners to apply the knowledge and skills acquired by them during the programme to solve specific theoretical and applied problems in mathematics.
- Provide students/learners sufficient knowledge and skills enabling them to undertake further studies in mathematics and its allied areas on multiple disciplines concerned with mathematics.
- Encourage the students to develop a range of generic skills helpful in employment, internships and social activities.
Program Specific Outcomes:
The Bachelor’s Degree in B.Sc. physics is awarded to the students on the basis of knowledge, understanding, skills, attitudes, values and academic achievements sought to be acquired by learners at the end of the programme. With the BSc in physics, the students must be able to: use and construct logical arguments, in particular, be familiar with proof techniques and know how to apply the laws of physics proofs; understand and communicate concepts and physics ideas with clarity and coherence; use experimental and theoretical tools to solve physics problems; create/use physics models to solve real problems.
After completing M.Sc. in physics, you can choose from a wide range of potential job prospects, including from physician, Teacher/Professor, Software Developer/Engineer, Sound Engineer, Financial Analyst, Investment Analyst, Meteorologist, Astronomer, Research Scientist, Data Scientist
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- Duration 10 weeks
- Skill level All levels
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