Teaching

Bachelor

The first two years of the curriculum include a range of maths courses since maths is the physicist’s most important tool. A researcher who is proficient in maths has the best chance of fulfilling his or her dreams: revealing the real — but often hidden — characteristics of natural phenomena, from the infinitely large to the infinitely small.

Bachelor’s advisor: Prof. Xin Wu

Study plan

First year


Second year


Third year


Mechanics I

Mechanics II

Quantum mechanics II

Electrodynamics I

Electrodynamics II

Statistical mechanics

Mathematics

Quantum mechanics I

General astrophysics

Computing

Mathematics

Particles and nuclei

Physics practical I

Thermodynamics

Solid state physics

 

Physics practical II

Optional courses

 

 

Seminars

 

 

Physics practical III