Last Updated on April 14, 2021
Planning to start a bachelor degree in one of the most demanding degrees for the future? Then the bachelor of science in physics is just a perfect choice for you. A bachelor’s degree in physics is suitable for high school graduate who wishes to develop smart systems that will control future machines and devices.
The BSc in physics provides basic knowledge, capabilities and scientific methods for independent business and research work in physics or related topics. Graduates with a BSc in physics 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 the bachelor of science physic bachelor of science physic are invited to continue their education in our Master’s programme in Physics or in a related subject.
Admission Requirement For The Bachelor of physics
High School certificate for EU Citizens
GCE A’Levels or One Year University Studies for NON EU Applicants
The required documents:
- Printed and signed online application form
- Copies of school learning certificates with grades from the 10th school year upwards. These must be translated into German or English and attested by the German embassy/ consulate in the home country.
- Language certificates
- CV with photo
- Copy of passport or national ID card
- If necessary, proof of previous studies and results
- In addition to the entrance requirements, applicants for the cooperative study course must prove that they have entered into a contractual relationship with one of the cooperation partners, which includes an internship: e.g. employment contract, apprenticeship contract, internship contract or trainee contract. Prospective students apply directly to the partner companies.
There are no tuition fees for this degree program.
About The Bachelor of science physics
This bachelor in physics constitutes a traditional university education in physics. This comprises lectures and exercises in experimental and theoretical physics and in mathematics, as well as laboratory courses that will provide a broad and applicable knowledge in physics and mathematics: Experimental Physics with included Laboratory Courses (Mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, Heat, Electricity, Magnetism, Optics, Atomic Physics, Molecular Physics, Soft Matter and Solid State Physics); Advanced Physics Laboratory Course; Mathematics (Linear Algebra, Advanced Differential and Integral Calculus, Sequences and Series, Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations); Theoretical Physics (Classical Mechanics, Electromagnetic Field Theory, Special Relativity, Thermodynamics, Introductory Quantum Mechanics and Statistical Physics); Numerical Mathematics; Bachelor’s thesis.
Electives include a choice of a German course or Chemistry and Computational Software. Further specialisation is possible by choosing between Advanced Mathematics or specific Physics courses in preparation for the Bachelor’s thesis (including Astrophysics, Introduction to Computational Physics, Semiconductor Physics, Photonics and Superconductivity). A compulsory, project-oriented internship concludes the curriculum.
The core of the bachelor in physicsbcomprises 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.