You know all about the colors in the sky, the same way you understand the complexities involved in making a smartphone. Your work methodology as a physicist combined with learning how to think scientifically makes you a future co-creator of the modern world.
The Bachelor's degree program in Technical Physics focuses on base-knowledge education in natural phenomena, exploring just how advances in technology are based in natural sciences. You will learn about methods in physics, including their technical applications, from the ground up. This allows you to actively take part in current research projects conducted at industries and in science.
Bachelor's Degree in
Bachelor of Science (BSc)
German (Level B2)
As part of the Bachelor’s degree program, students are required to complete courses totaling 180 ECTS credits in the following subject areas:
After enrolling in a Bachelor's degree program, you will be required to complete the StEOP requirements at the start of your studies. The StEOP requirements consists of certain courses that are outlined in the curriculum. If you take other academic courses before completing the required StEOP courses, you will only get limited academic credit.
Let JKU physics student Simon tell you about everyday life at the university.
First and foremost, you will develop scientific and technical expertise in the Bachelor's degree program Technical Physics.
You possess a solid educational foundation, enabling you to pursue a graduate degree in technical physics or a related field at a university in Austria or abroad.
Graduates of the Bachelor's degree program in Technical Physics can pursue a variety of occupations in various fields:
In order to be admitted to the Bachelor's degree program, you must fulfill the following requirements.
What can I do to better prepare myself for the Bachelor's
degree program in Technical Physics?
After completing your undergraduate degree, you can continue your education by pursuing an advanced degree:
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