The Physics programme is to expose students to physics concepts and cutting-edge technologies in physics through a comprehensive curriculum based on lab practices. After four years of rigorous coursework and hands-on experiences, students will master fundamental physics experimental techniques, broaden the horizon of their knowledge in related fields, and have the ability to use physics to build models, solve real-world problems, and conduct experimental tests. Students are encouraged to develop a scientific spirit, creativity, independence, and the ability to identify and solve problems, as well as gain research experiences through studying the world nearby us and the laws of nature.
Graduates can pursue postgraduate study or research at world-class universities or institutions, join enterprises and institutions for physics-related work, or enter universities, national defense departments, and scientific research institutions to engage in scientific research, teaching, technology, or related management. Physics graduates are also in high demand in the finance and information technology, and other industries.
The main courses include Principles of Physics (Mechanics), Principles of Physics (thermal physics and EM), Principles of Physics (Optics and Modern Physics), Student Oriented Learning, Physics Laboratory, Mathematical Methods in Physics, Computational Physics, Classical Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Electromagnetic Theory, Quantum Mechanics and its Applications, Experimental Physics Project Experience, Seminar, Introduction to Computer Science: Programming Methodology, Computational Laboratory, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability and Statistics, Senior Project, etc.