Bachelor's Programme in Physics

What you Learn

Required Learning Outcomes

After a completed bachelor degree in physics the candidate should have:


- be able to account for the distinctive characters and development of physics

- convey facts and discuss basic theories in general physics

- explain the central terms in physics and how these are connected

- explain mathematical terms in analysis, linear algebra and differential equations

- describe mathematical models in physics


- use mathematical formalism in analysis, complex numbers, linear algebra and basic differential equations to solve problems in physics

- use basic experimental equipment to do measurements in physics and estimate uncertainties

- carry out basic data collection using computers

- use numerical programming tools to solve problems in physics

- analyze problems in physics and carry out calculations using his/her knowledge in classic mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, theory of relativity, statistical physics, thermodynamics, particle- and nuclear physics

be able to find and make use of knowledge in physics that exceeds the curriculum of the study programme

General competence

- give good written and oral presentation of scientific topics

- work both independently and as part of a team

- carry out an independent project work and write and present a final report in coherence with good scientific practice

- use libraries and scientific data bases to find relevant information

- communicate on scientific problems within physics, both to specialists and the general public

- demonstrate understanding and respect for scientific values like openness, precision and reliability

Fysikk og teknologi

Karriereintervju: Stian Astad Sørngård, Bachelorgrad i fysikk (2007), Mastergrad i optikk og atomfysikk (2009), Doktorgrad i fysikk (2013), jobber i Trafsys.

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