Programmes

Applied Physics Concentration


Concentration Major Elective courses(22 units)*

  1. For students who would like to focus their studies on Applied Physics.
  2. Trains students in analytic and problem solving skills in Applied Physics.
  3. Aligns with the research strength of the Faculty in advanced materials and technology transfer. Furthermore, it provides a gateway for graduate study in physics and related careers.


Study Schedule


Year 1

Semester 1 Semester 2
● Introduction to Physics and Energy Science
● Introduction to Chemistry
● Introduction to Biology
● Essence of Computing
● Calculus
● Integrated Science Laboratory
● GE
Year 2
Semester 1 Semester 2

● Heat and Motion

● Experimental Labs I
● Conc. course 1 -
   Math Methods for Phys. Sci.
● GE or Electives

● Electricity and Magnestism

● Experimental Labs II
● Conc. course 2 - Mechanics
● GE or Electives
Year 3
Semester 1 Semester 2

● Atomic and Nuclear Physics

● Green Energy Labs with LabView
● Conc. course 3 - Thermal and
   Statistical Physics
● GE or Electives

● Structure and Properties of Matters

● Scientific Computing & Modeling

● Conc. course 4 - Intermediate
   Electromagnetism

● GE or Electives

Year 4
Semester 1 Semester 2

● Final Year Project I

● Conc. course 5 - Quantum Mechanics
● Conc. course 6 - Conc. Elective
● GE or Electives

● Conc. course 7 - Conc. Elective

● GE or Electives


Concentration Requirements (22 units)

Mathematical Methods for Physical Sciences (4)
Mechanics (3)
Intermediate Electromagnetism (3)
Thermal and Statistical Physics (3)
Quantum Mechanics (3)
Concentration Electives (Note 1)


Note 1: At least TWO of the following courses:

- Electronics (3)

Semiconductor Physics and Devices (3)
Solid State Physics (3)
Surface Analysis and Characterization (3)
Electromagnetic Waves and Optics (3)
Advanced Functional Materials (3)
Advanced Experimental Lab (3)
Topics in Physics I, II and III (3)
- Organic Electronics (3)



*Courses to fulfill the concentration requirements