The Master’s degree program in Technical Physics expands on the material taught in the Bachelor’s degree program and includes taking advanced-level physics classes, addressing current research topics in selected subfields of physics, and developing an academic skill set to work on solving current problems in research and/or issues impacting industrial development. When completing a Master’s thesis, students will work closely with industry representatives and apply theory to real-world applications. Students are at the forefront of ground-breaking research and will be taught how to master corresponding methods and apply these to industrial solutions. Students have the freedom to choose electives in a variety of areas in physics and can tailor their studies to suit their personal interests and career goals.
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The Master’s degree program in Technical Physics supports acquiring skills to independently conduct academic and scientific work as well as honing skills to:
Graduates of the Master's degree program in Technical Physics can pursue careers in a wide variety of fields:
On average, graduates in this field find a job 2 months after completing the program. After 3 years on the job, their average monthly gross salary is € 3.471.
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As part of the Master’s degree program, students are required to complete courses totaling 120 ECTS credits in the following areas:
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Electives related to the Master's Thesis Topic
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Contact the Admissions Office for additional information about the admission requirements.