Physical specialization2019-01-16T23:49:13+00:00

Course Name: Physics Specialization Course

Authority: Department of Physics

Participating units: All departments of the school

Course Planner: Professor Cai Junqian

  • purpose

In order to enhance students’ physics professional knowledge and skills, and to enhance students’ learning effectiveness, the department has added a special course in physics to strengthen students’ competitiveness. This course provides students with an advanced and in-depth opportunity to study physics, enabling students to gain more advanced and in-depth physics academic training in their field of study.


  • Course planning

1、The course scores for completing the course:

At least 18 credits are required to complete the course, including 12 credits for the foundation course and 6 credits for the advanced course.

2、The characteristics of the specialization course:

The Foundation course consists of 12 credits, providing students with access to the physical and optoelectronics and materials groups. Plus 6 credits for advanced courses with higher difficulty.


3、The course structure and planning content:

The program includes 12 credits for the basic professional course and 6 credits for the advanced course. Those who have completed the course requirements and credits will be issued a certificate of the course upon approval.

 

  • Selection criteria

This course welcomes students from the University’s university department and students to study after obtaining the consent of the instructor. The relevant credits are subject to the regulations of each department.

  • Credit principle

For the courses listed in this course, the names of the departments in the school are the same or similar to those of the course, and the subjects with similar contents can be approved by the course authority and subject to the relevant credits of the school.

  • Expected results

Students who are interested in academic training can thoroughly study this specialization course according to their personal interests after completing the core courses and general elective courses.

Students who complete this course will receive more intensive and in-depth academic training. In addition to their strength, their self-confidence will increase and they will become more competitive.

Category scores notes
Basic Courses 12 Introduction to Complex Systems, Theory of Relativity, Advanced Physics and Mathematics (1), (2), General Relativity, Nonlinear Dynamics, Introduction to Quantum Field Theory, Introduction to Condensed Matter, Introduction to Particle Physics, Introduction to Quantum Information, and Introduction to Nuclear Physics. Theoretical Physics (1), (2), Introduction to Optoelectronics, Introduction to Optical Systems, Introduction to Materials Science, Introduction to Solid State Physics, Introduction to Fu’s Optics, Introduction to Biomedical Optoelectronics, Introduction to Low Temperature Physics, Introduction to Superconductivity, General Theory of Lasers, Optoelectronics and Materials (1), (2) Physical topics (1), (2), and computational physics.
Advanced Courses 6 Quantum Mechanics (1), (2), Classical Mechanics (1), (2), Statistical Mechanics (1), (2), and Electrodynamics (1), (2).