Bachelor Academic Studies in Physics


STRUCTURE OF THE STUDY PROGRAMME

 

- Title of the study programme: Bachelor Academic Studies in Physics

- Goal of this study programme is to provide academic education of experts in the field of Physics.

- Physics, being a fundamental science, is very broad, but today's market demands specialized professionals. Therefore, this study program is designed to meet both criteria. Basic knowledge of physics, required for all physicists, students receive through the obligatory courses. This study program offers students a kind of orientation, which is in accordance with their aspirations and preferences. Students can be directed towards research in the field of general physics, materials physics, research in the field of nuclear physics, research in the field of plasma physics, medical physics, physics-meteorology, astronomy and astrophysics. These orientations are conducted to allow students to choose one of the available modules, which contain a defined number of obligatory and elective subjects.

 

Elective modules are:

• Research
• Medical Physics
• Physics-Meteorology
• Physics-Astronomy with Astrophysics

 

- These studies belong to the first cycle studies, bachelor academic studies.
- Learning outcomes (competencies) are given in Standard 4.
- Upon completion of this programme, students are awarded the academic title of Bachelor with Honours in Physics.
- Requirements for registration in accordance with the Law on Higher Education.
- A list of mandatory study fields i.e. courses, modules, and the required and elective courses thereof, together with their content, are given in Standard 5.
- Studies are carried out through teaching the courses provided within Standard 5. In addition to lectures, courses may include experimental-laboratory, demonstration and computational exercises, homework, practice, production and defending of the seminar papers. An important component of the study programme is students’ independent work on mastering the content. Graduation thesis is not obligatory. Duration of the study programme is four academic years or eight semesters.

 

- Credit value of each course and the Graduation thesis is presented in accordance with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) and is given in Standard 5.
- Requirements for course registration are defined separately for each course and are presented in Standard 5.

- Method of courses selection is given in Standard 5.

- Conditions for transfer from other study programmes within the same or related field of study are also defined.
- Credit value of the study programme is 240 ECTS.
- Other issues of importance for the realization of the study programme:

 

Studies are conducted through classes (using modern methods), which are listed in the Curriculum and arranged into semesters. Two semesters constitute an academic year. Total number of ECTS in one academic year is at least 60. Total duration of the programme is 4 years (8 semesters) where students need to collect at least 240 ECTS.

In order to graduate, students must have passed all the required courses within the selected module, have passed at least one option of each of the selective courses, and have accumulated a minimum of 240 ECTS. Students have the option to choose two elective courses in the fourth year instead of doing the Graduation thesis.
Courses within this study programme are divided into groups: academic-general courses, theoretical-methodological courses, scientific-specialist courses and professional-applied courses.

Courses under this program are classified into courses within the module that may be obligatory and elective.

 

 

PURPOSE OF THE STUDY PROGRAMME

 

The purpose of the study programme is providing the high-quality education to successfully perform academic and professional work in the field of Physics to students who will play a leading role in their area of expertise. The study program guarantees acquiring all the necessary competences for education of professionals. The existence of this degree program is fully justified and beneficial to society as a whole, given the role of modern physics - understanding the physical processes and materials. The physicists are experts necessary in every modern society, as they are the key element in the development of new energy sources, new materials, and new technologies.

They are needed in all areas of modern science and technology in general. Environmental protection, modern medicine, meteorology, astronomy and astrophysics, modern education, as well as in many other areas that cannot be developed without physicists. Moreover, physics, its methods and models are today applied in areas such as the economy, stock market business.

Experts of this profile are able to perform a variety of physical analysis, develop different models, participate in the development of new materials, technologies, energy resources.

A physicist of the high quality academic education has a wide range of opportunities to work for example in scientific and research institutes or development departments in many companies, in quality control, aviation, medical industry, in all companies where the measurement and development of methods of measurement are needed, astronomical observatories, planetariums, hospitals, banks, meteorological observatories, environmental protection institutes, in the government sector, and  in the modern industry in general.

Faculty of Sciences provides education and training to experts in natural and mathematical sciences, which confirms that the existence of this programme complies with the basic tasks and goals of the Faculty of Sciences, University of Novi Sad.

 

 

GOALS OF THE STUDY PROGRAMME

 

The primary goals of this study programme are obtaining academic and professional competences in physics, and mastering the skills and methods for their acquisition and further development. None the less important are the goals to develop creative abilities and skills to perform various forms of development and application of physics.

The most important general objectives of the study programme are to provide stimulating environment for professional and personal development of students, to use the learning methods to develop analytical, critical and self-critical thinking and approach to address the challenges in an interesting and intellectually challenging way.

The main professional goal is to educate and train professionals to work in diverse and dynamic areas of the profession, as well as to acquire the basic and advance knowledge of the theoretical and experimental principles and methods. Naturally, the ultimate goal is that students obtain the appropriate qualifications which require them to demonstrate knowledge in the field to the level of using the expert literature covering the core knowledge of the topic; to professionally apply their knowledge; to develop skills of defending arguments; to develop the ability to solve problems within the field of studies; to develop the ability to collect and interpret the data; to contemplate on the relevant social, scientific or ethical issues; to be able to report their work to professional and general public; to develop the skills and qualify for further studies.

Professional goals are aimed at providing students with:
- Knowledge of mathematics and mathematical methods that are important for physics
- Broad knowledge of the basics of theoretical and experimental physics
- Basic knowledge of applied physics
- Extensive knowledge and understanding of the structure of the matter and methods for its investigation

- Knowledge of the basic principles of operation and use of modern appliances, equipment and instruments
- Understanding and knowledge of the basic principles of measurement and data processing
- Understanding and knowledge of the basics of modelling
- Development of communication and building appropriate human relations so that they can communicate effectively with other professionals that the encounter in practice
- Understanding the basic role of physics in the modern world

This study programme defines general methods and strategies for acquiring the competencies:

- to acquire knowledge and understanding: accumulation of knowledge is mainly achieved through lectures and various forms of exercises and practice whose purpose is to broaden, clarify and highlight the practical importance of the content provided in class. This part is also includes production of seminar papers at different levels and in accordance with the students’ progress. The program is designed to allow students the freedom to choose their own further orientation in line with their own ambitions and preferences.

- General competencies (ability to analyze, ability of problem solving, integrating theory and practice, synthesis) are mainly achieved through lectures followed by different types of exercises, particularly within the core courses. It is very important to engage students in solving practical problems in the exercise or practice.

- General competences (communication skills through oral presentations and written reports, the use of information technology, the ability to work independently or in a team, integration and evaluation of  information from various sources, effective and continuous learning); Part of these competences is acquired through obtaining other skills. These skills are continually developed, upgraded and improved throughout the programme, especially with the increase of complexity of the seminar papers and practical problems to be solved by students.

- Subject-specific skills such as planning how to solve practical problems, the use of laboratory methods for data collection, data analysis and their critical assessment, preparation of reports, presentation of reports, effective use of computers in practice are mainly achieved through laboratory exercises and producing seminar papers and professional practice.
Taking into account that evaluating students is one of the necessary steps in creating high quality experts in the area, each of the courses provides specific methods of assessment.



COMPETENCIES OF THE STUDENTS UPON GRADUATION

 

Description of general and course-specific competencies of students
Description of learning outcomes.

By mastering the curriculum, the student acquires the following general skills:

- Analysis, synthesis and forecasting problem solutions and consequences
- Development of analytical, critical and self-critical thinking and approach to problem solving

- Development of communication skills and agility, cooperation with immediate social and international environment
- Application of professional ethics
- Lifelong learning and training
- Creativity
- Applying knowledge in practice
- Work independently or in a team
- Collecting and interpreting data
- Contemplation on the relevant social, scientific or ethical issues
- Mastering the methods, procedures and process of research

 

By mastering the study programme, the student acquires the following course-specific skills and knowledge:

- Application of standard experimental or theoretical methods for the specific area
- Expanded and integrated knowledge and understanding of the theoretical and/or experimental physics
- Ability for further academic and professional development

- Identification of the core processes and critical thinking

- Ability to use the existing models

- Finding and using the relevant literature and using the core knowledge of the topic

- Critical choice of the relevant literature resources with the help of supervisors

- Ability to professionally apply the acquired knowledge

- Understanding and knowledge of the nature and methods of research in physics

- Detailed knowledge and understanding of the basics of modern physics

- Knowledge, understanding and ability to apply the most important mathematical and numerical methods

- Using computers for the purpose of performing calculations and writing software
- Understanding and detailed knowledge of the most important and traditional experimental methods

- Working under expert supervision

- Knowledge of a foreign language for the purpose of professional communication

- Application of knowledge and understanding in determining the order of magnitude in situations that are physically different but show analogies

- Understanding the ethics related to physics and the responsibility to protect public health and the environment

Additional course-specific learning outcomes resulting from elective modules are:

Module Research – ability to work and provide technical support in various types of laboratories for physics and development 

Module Astronomy with Astrophysics – ability to perform simple work in astronomical observatories, planetariums

Module Medical Physics – knowledge of the operation of the basic and complex medical instruments

Module Physics Meteorology – understanding and mastering the simple methods and models related to the atmosphere


 

THE CURRICULUM

 

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Description

The structure of the curriculum includes the timetable of elective modules and courses thereof according to semesters, the number of active teaching hours and the number of ECTS points.

         

Course description contains the name, type of the course, study year and semester, the number of ECTS points, lecturers’ names, course goals and expected outcomes, skills and competencies, course requirements, course content, recommended literature, teaching methods, methods of knowledge assessment and evaluation and other data.

The curriculum is designed to provide the student with at least 60 ECTS in every study year, which leads to accumulating at least 240 ECTS upon the completion of studies.

This programme includes obligatory courses and elective modules containing obligatory and elective courses.

Besides the obligatory courses, students have to choose some of the elective modules:

 

  • Research
  • Medical Physics
  • Physics-Meteorology
  • Physics-Astronomy with Astrophysics

 

Elective modules are selected i.e. registered when enrolling in the first year of studies.

- Courses within the elective modules may be obligatory and elective courses.
- The method of selection of elective courses :

Elective courses in this study program are offered in the corresponding semester. Students have to choose at least one of the elective courses offered. Students choose the courses together with the student advisor for the module in question. Student Advisor is always a member of teaching staff and one of the professors.

Elective courses given in a semester (either winter or summer) can be selected in the corresponding semester where they are available. By the end of the studies, at least one option for each elective course must be passed.
Registration of the elective courses is done on the occasion of enrolment of the study year.
- Students cannot choose elective courses from the programmes other than those comprising the group of elective courses belonging to this study programme.



Distribution of subjects over terms and years of study for the study program of the first level studies Bachelor academic studies in PHYSICS

 

 

 

 

Code

 

Subject title  

 

 

T

 

Тype

 

Subject status

 

Active teaching hours

Other hours

ЕСTS

L

E

ОFT

 

 

 

 

FIRST YEAR

 

Common obligatory courses for all modules in the first year

1.

FDOK1O12

Mechanics

I

АO

OZ

3

1

2

0

8

 

2.

 

FDOK2O12

Mathematical  methods I

 

I

 

TM

 

OZ

 

5

 

5

 

0

 

0

 

8

3.

FDOK3O12

Thermodynamics

II

АO

OZ

3

1

2

0

8

 

4.

 

FDOK4O12

Mathematical  methods II

 

II

 

TM

 

OZ

 

5

 

4

 

0

 

0

 

8

Total

16

11

4

0

32

 

The rest of the subjects are obligatory for the corresponding module

 

Module:  Research first year

 

1.

 

FDOM1O12

Methods of measurement and data processing

 

I

 

АO

 

OZ

 

2

 

1

 

0

 

0

 

5

 

2.

 

FDOM2O12

Oscillations and waves

 

I

 

NS

 

OM

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

3.

 

Elective course 1

I

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

4.

FDOM3O12

Chemistry

II

АO

OZ

3

0

3

0

5

5.

 

Elective course 2

II

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

14

4

6

0

28

Total: module and common obligatory

30

15

10

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 55

 

 

 

Module:  Medical Physics first year

 

1.

 

FDOM1O12

Methods of measurement and data processing

 

I

 

АO

 

OZ

 

2

 

1

 

0

 

0

 

5

2.

 

Elective course 1

I

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

3.

FDOM3O12

Chemistry

II

АO

OZ

3

0

3

0

5

 

4.

 

FDOM4O12

Introduction to medical physics

 

II

 

NS

 

OM

 

2

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

5.

 

Elective course 2

II

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

13

4

6

0

28

Total: module and common obligatory

29

15

10

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 54

 

 

 

Module: Physics – Meteorology first year

 

1.

 

FDOM5O12

Introduction to meteorology I

 

I

 

АO

 

OM

 

3

 

3

 

0

 

0

 

8

 

2.

 

Elective course 1

 

I

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

3.

 

FDOM6O12

Introduction to meteorology II

 

II

 

 

OM

 

3

 

3

 

0

 

0

 

8

4.

 

Elective course 2

II

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

12

8

2

0

28

Total: module and common obligatory

28

19

6

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 53

 

 

 

Module: Physics-Astronomy with Astrophysics   – first year

1.

FDOM7O12

Solar system

I

АO

OM

3

2

0

0

7

2.

 

Elective course 1

I

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

3.

FDOM8O12

General astronomy

II

OM

3

3

0

0

9

4.

 

Elective course 2

II

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

12

7

2

0

28

Total: module and common obligatory

28

18

6

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 52

 

 

 

SECOND YEAR

 

Common obligatory courses for all modules in the second year

 

1.

 

FDOK5O12

 

Electromagnetism                

 

III

 

АO

 

OZ

 

3

 

1

 

3

 

0

 

7

 

2.

 

FDOK6O12

Mathematical  methods III

 

III

 

TM

 

OZ

 

4

 

3

 

0

 

0

 

8

3.

FDOK7O12

Optics    

IV

NS

OZ

3

1

3

0

7

4.

FDOK8O12

Basic electronics

IV

АO

OZ

3

1

2

0

7

 

5.

 

FDOK9O12

Fundamentals of  mathematical  physics

 

IV

 

TM

 

OZ

 

3

 

2

 

0

 

0

 

6

Total

16

8

8

0

35

 

The rest of the subjects are obligatory for the corresponding module

 

Module:  Research second year

 

1.

 

FDOM9O12

Programming and numerical mathematics

 

III

 

 

OZ

 

3

 

2

 

0

 

0

 

6

2.

FDOM10O12

History of physics

III

NS

OM

3

0

2

0

4

3.

 

Elective course 3

III

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

4.

FDOM11O12

Computer physics

IV

OM

2

1

0

0

3

5.

 

Elective course 4

IV

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

14

5

4

0

25

Total: module and common obligatory

30

13

12

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 55

 

 

 

Module:  Medical Physics second year

 

1.

 

FDOM9O12

Programming and numerical mathematics

 

III

 

 

OZ

 

3

 

2

 

0

 

0

 

6

 

2.

 

FDOM12O12

Basic of human anatomy

 

III

 

NS

 

OM

 

2

 

0

 

1

 

0

 

3

3.

 

Elective course 3

III

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

4.

 

FDOM13O12

Basics of cell

physiology and biology

 

IV

 

NS

 

OM

 

2

 

0

 

1

 

0

 

4

5.

 

Elective course 4

IV

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

13

4

4

0

25

Total: module and common obligatory

29

12

12

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 53

 

 

 

Module: Physics – Meteorology second year

 

1.

 

FDOM14O12

Continuum mechanics

 

III

 

TM

 

OM

 

3

 

2

 

0

 

0

 

5

2.

FDOM15O12

Weather analysis

III

OM

2

1

0

0

4

3.

 

Elective course 3

III

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

4.

 

FDOM16O12

Meteorological observation and data assimilation

 

IV

 

 

OM

 

2

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

4

5.

 

Elective course 4

IV

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

13

6

3

0

25

Total: module and common obligatory

29

14

11

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 54

 

 

 

Module: Physics-Astronomy with Astrophysics second year

 

 

1.

 

 

FDOM17O12

Instruments and methods of

astronomical observations

 

 

III

 

 

TM

 

 

OM

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

 

1

 

 

0

 

 

4

 

2.

 

FDOM18O12

Star systems and  galactic  astronomy

 

III

 

NS

 

OM

 

3

 

1

 

0

 

0

 

5

3.

 

Elective course 3

III

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

5

 

FDOM19O12

Processing of astronomical observations

 

IV

 

 

OM

 

2

 

1

 

0

 

0

 

4

10.

 

Elective course 4

IV

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

12

5

3

0

25

Total: module and common obligatory

30

13

11

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 54

 

 

 

THIRD YEAR

 

Common obligatory courses for all modules in the third year

 

1.

 

FDOK10O12

Introduction to  theoretical physics

 

V

 

TM

 

OZ

 

4

 

3

 

0

 

0

 

7

 

2.

 

FDOKА11O12

Introductory atomic  physics

 

V

 

NS

 

OZ

 

3

 

1

 

2

 

0

 

7

 

3.

 

FDOKА12O12

Introductory physics of condensed  matter

 

VI

 

NS

 

OZ

 

3

 

1

 

3

 

0

 

7

 

4.

 

FDOKА13O12

Introductory  nuclear physics

 

VI

 

NS

 

OZ

 

3

 

1

 

3

 

0

 

7

 

5.

 

FDOK14O12

Contemporary  theoretical physics

 

VI

 

NS

 

OZ

 

4

 

3

 

0

 

0

 

7

Total

17

9

8

0

35

 

The rest of the subjects are obligatory for the corresponding module

 

Module:  Research third year

1.

FDOM20O12

Electronic circuits

V

OM

3

1

2

0

7

 

2.

 

FDOM21O12

Measuring and instrumental techniques

 

V

 

 

OM

 

3

 

0

 

2

 

0

 

6

3.

 

Elective course 5

V

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

4.

 

Elective course 6

VI

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

12

3

6

0

25

Total: module and common obligatory

29

12

14

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 55

 

 

 

 

Module:  Medical Physics third year

1.

FDOM22O12

Physics of human organism

V

OM

3

1

1

0

7

 

2.

 

FDOM23O12

Physical fundamentals of the medical instrumentations

 

V

 

 

OM

 

2

 

0

 

2

 

0

 

6

3.

 

Elective course 5

V

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

4.

 

Elective course 6

VI

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

11

3

5

0

25

Total: module and common obligatory

28

12

13

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 53

 

 

 

Module: Physics – Meteorology third year

1.

FDOM24O12

Micrometeorology

V

NS

OM

2

1

0

0

5

 

3.

 

FDOM25O12

Dinamical  meteorology I

 

V

 

NS

 

OM

 

2

 

0

 

1

 

0

 

4

4.

 

Elective course 5

V

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

5.

 

FDOM26O12

Dinamical  meteorology II

 

VI

 

NS

 

OM

 

2

 

1

 

0

 

0

 

4

6.

 

Elective course 6

VI

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

12

4

3

0

25

Total: module and common obligatory

29

13

11

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 53

 

 

 

Module: Physics-Astronomy with Astrophysics third year

 

1.

 

FDOM27O12

Celestial mechanics

 

V

 

NS

 

OM

 

3

 

2

 

0

 

0

 

7

 

2.

 

FDOM28O12

Fundamentals of geophysics

 

V

 

 

OM

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

3.

 

Elective course 5

V

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

4.

 

Elective course 6

VI

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

12

5

3

0

25

Total: module and common obligatory

29

14

11

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 54

 

 

 

FOURTH YEAR

Common obligatory courses for all modules in the fourth year

 

1.

 

FDOK15O12

Quantum mechanics

 

VII

 

TM

 

OZ

 

3

 

2

 

0

 

0

 

5

 

2.

 

FDOK16O12

 

Аtomic physics

 

VII

 

NS

 

OZ

 

3

 

1

 

2

 

0

 

7

 

3.

 

FDOK17O12

Physics of condensed matter

 

VIII

 

NS

 

OZ

 

3

 

1

 

3

 

0

 

7

 

4.

 

FDOK18O12

 

Nuclear physics

 

VIII

 

NS

 

OZ

 

3

 

1

 

3

 

0

 

7

 

5.

 

FDOK19O12

 

Statistical physics

 

VIII

 

TM

 

OZ

 

2

 

2

 

0

 

0

 

4

 

Total

 

14

 

7

 

8

 

0

 

30

 

 

FDOK20O12

Graduation Thesis

VII

IBZ

0

0

5

0

 

 

FDOK20O12

Graduation Thesis

VIII

IBZ

0

0

5

0

12

Graduation Thesis is not obligatory (student can choose Graduation Thesis instead of elective courses 7 and 8)

 

The rest of the subjects are obligatory for the corresponding module

 

Module:  Research fourth year

 

1.

 

FDOM29O12

 

Basic energetic

 

VII

 

NS

 

OM

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

2.

 

Elective course 7

VII

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

3.

 

Elective course 8

VII

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

4.

 

FDOM30O12

Physics of ionized gasses

 

VIII

 

NS

 

OM

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

5.

 

FDOM31O12

Physics of  elementary particles

 

VIII

 

NS

 

OM

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

Total

15

5

5

0

30

Total: module and common obligatory

29

12

13

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 54

 

 

 

Module:  Medical Physics fourth year

 

 

1.

 

 

FDOM32O12

The physical basis of radiodiagnostic and radiotherapy

 

 

VII

 

 

NS

 

 

OM

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

 

1

 

 

0

 

 

6

2.

 

Elective course 7

VII

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

3.

 

Elective course 8

VII

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

 

4.

 

 

FDOM33O12

The physical basis of electrodiagnostic and electrotherapy

 

 

VIII

 

 

NS

 

 

OM

 

 

3

 

 

1

 

 

1

 

 

0

 

 

6

 

5.

 

FDOM34O12

X-rays and structur of biomolecules

 

VIII

 

NS

 

OM

 

2

 

0

 

1

 

0

 

6

Total

14

4

5

0

30

Total: module and common obligatory

28

11

13

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 52

 

 

 

Module: Physics – Meteorology fourth year

 

1.

 

FDOM35O12

Numerical methods of weather forecast

 

VII

 

 

OM

 

3

 

2

 

0

 

0

 

6

 

2.

 

FDOM36O12

Modelling of physical processes in atmosphere I

 

VII

 

NS

 

OM

 

3

 

2

 

0

 

0

 

6

3.

 

Elective course 7

VII

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

4.

FDOM37O12

Weather forecast

VIII

NS

OM

3

1

1

0

6

5.

 

Elective course 8

VIII

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

15

7

3

0

30

Total: module and common obligatory

29

14

11

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 54

 

 

 

Module: Physics-Astronomy with Astrophysics fourth year

1.

FDOM38O12

Physics of stars

VII

NS

OM

3

1

0

0

6

 

2.

 

FDOM39O12

Spectroscopy of the Universe

 

VII

 

NS

 

OM

 

2

 

2

 

0

 

0

 

6

3.

 

Elective course 7

VII

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

4.

 

FDOM40O12

Interstelar medium

 

VIII

 

NS

 

OM

 

3

 

2

 

0

 

0

 

6

5.

 

Elective course 8

VIII

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

Total

14

7

2

0

30

Total: module and common obligatory

28

14

10

0

60

 

Total number of hours of active teaching per study

year = 52

 

 

Module:  Research

 

Total number of hours of active teaching in all study

years (option without Graduation Thesis)

 

118

 

52

 

49

 

0

 

Total number of hours of active teaching in all study

years (option with Graduation Thesis)

 

112

 

50

 

57

 

0

 

 

Total number of hours of active teaching in all study

years =219

 

 

Total ECTS points

240

 

Module:  Medical Physics

 

Total number of hours of active teaching in all study

years (option without Graduation Thesis)

 

114

 

50

 

48

 

0

 

Total number of hours of active teaching in all study

years (option with Graduation Thesis)

 

108

 

48

 

56

 

0

 

 

Total number of hours of active teaching in all study

years =212

 

 

Total ECTS points

240

 

Module: Physics - Meteorology

 

Total number of hours of active teaching in all study

years (option without Graduation Thesis)

 

115

 

60

 

39

 

0

 

Total number of hours of active teaching in all study

years (option with Graduation Thesis)

 

109

 

58

 

47

 

0

 

 

Total number of hours of active teaching in all study

years  =214

 

 

Total ECTS points

240

 

Module: Physics-Astronomy with Astrophysics

 

Total number of hours of active teaching in all study

years (option without Graduation Thesis)

 

115

 

61

 

38

 

0

 

Total number of hours of active teaching in all study

years (option with Graduation Thesis)

 

109

 

59

 

46

 

0

 

 

Total number of hours of active teaching in all study

years =214

 

 

Total ECTS points

240

 

Code – subject code established by institution

Term- term in which the subject is taught

Type: Type of the subject: АO – academic-general education, TM- theoretical methodological, NS-scientific and professional , SА-professional applicative

Subject status: O-obligatory, IB-elective block, OZ-obligatory common for several modules,  IBZ- elective common for several modules,  OM-obligatory for a module, IBM-elective

Hours of active teaching: L-lectures, E-exercises, OFT- Other forms of teaching (laboratory practice, seminars etc depending on the particular study program)

Number of ours is always expressed on weekly level. Minimal numbeer of hours of active teaching per year of study should be 20 per week.

Minimal number of ECTS points must be 60 per year.

Professional practice and graduation thesis, if existing, do not belong to active teaching.

Other hours for professional practice and specific forms of teaching, do not belong to active teaching.



Elective course





Elective course 1


 

1.

 

FDOI1I12

Measurement and SI system

 

I

 

 

ILZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

2.

FDOI2I12

Fluid mechanics

I

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

3.

 

FDOI3I12

Laboratory techniques

 

I

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

4.

 

FDOI4I12

English language   А1/B1

 

I

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

5.

 

FDOI5I12

Foundations of  solar system

 

I

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

6.

FDOI6I12

Geometry

I

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6


Elective course 2


 

1.

 

FDOI7I12

Kinetic theory of  gasses

 

II

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

2.

FDOI8I12

Molecular physics

II

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

3.

 

FDOI9I12

Аtmospheric chemistry

 

II

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

4.

FDOI10I12

Аcoustics

II

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

5.

 

FDOI11I12

English language   А2/B2

 

II

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6


Elective course 3


 

1.

 

FDOI12I12

Magnetism and matter

 

III

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

2.

 

FDOI13I12

Environmental protection

 

III

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

3.

 

FDOI14I12

Atmospheric radiation

 

III

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

4.

FDOI15I12

Exobiology

III

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

5.

 

FDOI16I12

Office software – basic course

 

III

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

6.

FDOI17I12

Noise protection

III

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6


Elective course 4


1.

FDOI18I12

Theory of relativity

IV

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

2.

 

FDOI19I12

Metrology and standardization

 

IV

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

3.

 

FDOI20I12

Physics of hydrosphere with oceanology

 

IV

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

4.

 

FDOI21I12

Office software – advanced course

 

IV

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6


Elective course 5


 

1.

 

FDOI22I12

Electromagnetic radiation

 

V

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

2.

 

FDOI23I12

Mathematical physics

 

V

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

3.

FDOI24I12

Biophysics

V

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

4.

 

FDOI25I12

Modelling of polution transport in atmosphere

 

V

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

5.

 

FDOI26I12

Eksperimental methods of material  characterization

 

V

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6


Elective course 6


 

1.

 

FDOI27I12

Protection against ionizing radiation and dosimetry

 

VI

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

2.

 

FDOI28I12

Qualitative methods in physics  

 

VI

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

3.

 

FDOI29I12

Foundations of laser physics

 

VI

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

4.

 

FDOI30I12

Selected chapters of mechanics and electrodynamics

 

VI

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

5.

FDOI31I12

Bioelectricity

VI

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

6.

 

FDOI32I12

Materials in medecine and stomatology

 

VI

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

7.

 

FDOI33I12

Aviation meteorology

 

VI

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6


Elective course 7 and Elective course 8


 

1.

 

FDOI34I12

Foundations of  astrophysics and astronomy

 

VII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

2.

FDOI35I12

Medical imaging

VII

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

3.

FDOI36I12

Аgrometeorology

VII

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

4.

 

FDOI37I12

History of astronomy

 

VII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

5.

 

FDOI39I12

Physical methods of material characterization

 

VII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

6.

FDOI40I12

Theory of gravitation

VII

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

7.

 

FDOI41I12

Physics of litosphere

 

VII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

8.

 

FDOI42I12

Transport processes

 

VII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

9

 

FDOI38I12

Physics of liquid crystals with applications

 

VIII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

10.

 

FDOI43I12

X- ray crystal  structure analysis

 

VIII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

11.

 

FDOI44I12

Аmorphous  materials

 

VIII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

12.

 

FDOI45I12

Quantum statistical physics

 

VIII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

13.

 

FDOI46I12

Information technologies in biomedicine

 

VIII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

14.

 

FDOI47I12

Meteorological informatics

 

VIII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

15.

FDOI48I12

Econophysics

VIII

IBZ

3

1

1

0

6

 

16.

 

 

FDOI49I12

Cosmic background  radiation

 

VIII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

17.

 

FDOI50I12

Extragalactic astronomy and cosmology

 

VIII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

18.

 

FDOM31O12

Physics of elementary particles *

 

VIII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

 

19.

 

FDOM30O12

Physics of ionized gasses *

 

 

VIII

 

 

IBZ

 

3

 

1

 

1

 

0

 

6

* If subject was passed as obligatory, it can not be chosen as the elective one.