# Physics

## General information

The Bachelor's programme in Physics allows students to get general education in physics and mathematics. Graduates are familiar with basic experimental and theoretical physics and prepared to study in the Master's study programme in Physics.

The study of physics opens the way to understanding basic concepts, relations and equations of physics, covered in the four semesters of general physics course, it strengthens the student's ability to solve problems in the classical fields of physics. The four-semester long theoretical physics course allows students to get acquainted with the main fields of modern theoretical physics (theory of relativity, quantum mechanics, etc.); it also contributes to the development of skills needed for solving elementary problems in these fields of physics. Laboratory exercises prepare students for independent experimental research and they cultivate their abilities to analyze the measurements, estimate the corresponding experimental uncertainties, and interpret the results. Within several seminars and especially within the Bachelor's thesis research project, the students learn to present and discuss the results of their own research.

### A successful graduate is able to

- understand the basic notions, relations and equations covered in the four-semester general physics course, and solve problems in the corresponding fields of physics
- show knowledge in the fields of modern theoretical physics covered in the four semesters of theoretical physics course and solve elementary problems in these fields of physics
- perform simple physical experiments, analyze their results, estimate the corresponding experimental uncertainties, and interpret the results using knowledge obtained in the theoretical courses
- present results of her/his own research and participate in the discussion thereof

## Graduate employment

The graduates of this study programme are prepared to study for the Master's degree in Physics. Considering the relatively universal character of physics education, they will also find good employment opportunities in various institutions conducting basic and/or applied research, and also in positions not directly connected to physics, where they can use their physics, mathematics and computer skills and the ability to combine them, developed within the study programme of Physics.

Faculty | Faculty of Science |
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Type of study | bachelor's |

Mode | full-time, combined |

Standard length of studies | 3 years |

Language of instruction | czech |

## Field of study combinations

#### Field combinations with Physics

This field of study is only offered in single-subject study mode

## Admission Requirements

a) TSP or

b) Special Test or

c) TSP and Special Test

**Double-subject**

##### Recommended literature

Succes in TSP is not based on study of literature. Last test are available on http://www.muni.cz/study/admission/tsp

##### Evaluation criteria

Result of Learning Potential Test or Special Test

## Frequently enrolled courses

Recommended study plans and other information can be found in the faculty study catalouge.

### 1st semester

- Mechanics and molecular physics
- Linear algebra and geometry
- Mathematical Analysis I
- Basic mathematical methods in physics 1
- Mechanics and molecular physics: problems plus
- Elements of astronomy 1
- Mathematics a step ahead
- Demonstration experiments for the basic course of physics
- Computing practice 1
- Preparatory course (elementary mathematics)
- English for Physicists I
- Interesting Physics
- Interesting Physics
- Computer programming
- Technical laboratory
- Practicum of mathematics

### 2nd semester

- Electricity and magnetism
- Physical laboratory 1
- Linear and multilinear algebra
- Mathematical Analysis II
- Fundamental mathematical methods in physics 2
- Computing practice 2
- Demonstration experiments for the basic course of physics
- Physical principles of some common apparatus
- Physics in alive nature
- Technical laboratory 2
- English for Physicists II

### 3rd semester

- Mathematical Analysis III
- Oscillations, waves, optics
- Physical laboratory 2
- Theoretical mechanics
- Integration of forms
- Oscillations, waves, optics - seminar
- Interesting Physics
- Review of Mathematics
- Nuclear reactors and powerstations
- Examination in English for Specific Purposes - Science
- Foundations of Programming
- Physics, philosophy and thinking 1
- Elementary concepts and principles of classical mechanics 1
- Physical laboratory 3
- Seminar of Department of Physical Electronics
- Equations of mathematical physics

### 4th semester

### 5th semester

- Introduction to Plasma Physics
- Introduction to solid state physics
- Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
- Physical laboratory 4
- Bachelors' Review 1
- Introduction to solid state physics - seminary
- Analytical mechanics
- Examination in English for Specific Purposes - Science
- Bachelor Thesis 1
- Bachelor Thesis Seminar 1
- Basic numerical methods
- Atomic and molecular spectroscopy
- Bakalářská práce 1
- Student physics lectures
- Theoretical mechanics
- Physical Education- Fitness

### 6th semester

- Thermodynamics and statistical physics
- State examination Bc, Physics
- Introduction to Quantum Mechanics of Molecules and Solids
- Solid state physics laboratory
- Bachelors' Review 2
- Advanced numerical methods
- Electronic laboratory
- Physical laboratory 3
- Bachelor Thesis 2
- Bachelor thesis 2
- Electronics
- Advanced quantum mechanics
- Bachelor thesis 2
- Lie groups in physics
- Fyzika neviditelných plášťů a dokonalých čoček
- Physics of solar system
- Differential and integral calculus on differential manifolds and its applications in physics

#### Additional information

Course Catalogue:

http://www.sci.muni.cz/cz/BcMgrStudium/Studijni-katalogy