Technical Physics

 
Degree: Bachelor
University: Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) , Faculty: Bachelor's Programmes
City: Graz , Country: Austria
Discipline: Engeneering & Technology
 
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  • Start Date of Studies March, October
  • Admission deadline Summer semester: March 31; Winter semester: October 30
  • Language English
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  • Programme Description

    Programme Description

    Technical physics is a fascinating programme for everyone. In this programme you will track down fundamental connections and find answers to the underlying questions of the physical world. A talent for mathematics or experimental skill are important prerequisites for success in this programme. Training in logical thinking and the acquisition of problem-solving methods are some of the fundamental objectives of the education and training.

    In the bachelor´s programme, the emphasis is on the mastery of experimental and theoretical fundamentals. In addition to a solid education and training in physics and mathematics, the technical physics programme is characterised by practical and technical subjects and modern methods of computer simulation. Courses on business administration as well as the development of social competences round off the content of the programme and provide students with key qualifications that are decisive for their professional lives.

    Career Opportunities

    Career opportunities for graduates of the bachelor`s and master´s programmes are distinguished by the extent of the required knowledge achieved through the in-depth
    education of a master`s degree and the writing of a master`s thesis.

    By comprehensive experimental and theoretical mastery of physical principles and methods of solution, technical physicists who are concerned with novel problem fields at the interface between technology and natural science are preferred. The most important working fields are:

    * Basic research at universities and research facilities;
    * Industrial research & development in the high-tech areas: new materials, new technologies, process innovation, information technology
    * Modelling and computer simulation
    * Software development
    * Medical-technical applications
    * Biophysics
    * Interdisciplinary problems
    * Project management
    * Partner in management.

 
 
 

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