Bachelor of Science (Mathematical Physics)

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Bachelor of Science (Mathematical Physics)

  • Study mode
    Mathematical Physics is taught on campus
  • Program rating
    If you choose to study the Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Physics you will learn about the reasons behind phenomena such as black holes, thermodynamics, magnetism and electricity, and aerodynamics to name a few, and be able to put your knowledge into action through researching, teaching and management.
  • Aimed at
    Those interested in knowing and wanting to think critically about the world and how it works.
  • Employability
    After studying mathematical physics careers can be sought in the areas of general sciences, banking, finance, commerce, engineering, education, government and agriculture and environmental sciences.
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  • Academic title
    Bachelor of Science (Mathematical Physics)
  • Course description
    Sample course plan
    Bachelor of Science major: Mathematical Physics
    First year

    Calculus 2     
    Physics 1     
    Engineering Systems     
    History and Philosophy of Science
    Linear Algebra     
    Physics 2: Physical Science and Technology     
    Engineering Systems     
    Modern Art

    Second year
    Thermal and Classical Physics     
    Real Analysis with Applications     
    Quantum Physics and Special Relativity     
    What is Life?
    Applied Mathematical Modelling     
    Vector Calculus     
    Electromagnetism and Optics     
    Medieval Art

    Third year
    Quantum Physics     
    Complex Analysis     
    Physics Elective     
    Statistical Physics  
    Metric Spaces and Hilbert Spaces     
    Engineering Elective     
    Baroque Art

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