The BSc (Hons) in Physics and Green Energy aims at preparing students for a career in Physics and/or in the energy sector that involves applications of scientific principles and technology. In addition to the university-wide whole person education, the specific objectives are to equip students with:
- A solid and broad foundation in physics to build up their careers or to pursue further studies;
- Experimental, theoretical, and computational skills to meet the needs and challenges of contemporary society;
- Analytical thinking and problem-solving skills.
The Programme Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs).
Upon completion of this study programme, students will be able to:
- Apply fundamental principles in physics including mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics and quantum physics;
- Use skills and knowledge acquired from experimental, theoretical, and computational courses;
- Build future careers or pursue further studies by specializing in Applied Physics or Energy Management and Technology;
- Analyse and solve real-world physics and energy problems;
- Identify the key questions, plan the investigation, and present the scientific results through independent projects and team work.
Hong Kong Baptist University
Faculty of Science
Selection criteria for major programme assignment (2021-2022)
Department of Physics
Major Programme: BSc (Hons) in Physics and Green Energy
Relevant HKDSE subject(s) with 5* for guaranteed admission: Physics
(1) Grade C in PHYS1005 Introduction to Green Energy#; AND
(2) Grade C in at least two other Year 1 Science courses (including BIOL1005, CHEM1005, COMP1005 and MATH1025)
#For students admitted to Year 1 in or before 2020-2021:
Grade C in PHYS1005 Introduction to Green Energy; OR
Grade C in PHYS1006 Introduction to Physics
Remark: If "DT (Distinction) / S (Satisfactory) / U (Unsatisfactory)" grade instead of “Letter grade” is assigned for the Year 1 Science Courses in 2019-20 and sem 1 of 2020-21, students who get “DT” or “S” grade in the relevant Year 1 Science course will satisfy the minimum grade requirement of the respective major programme.