Engineering: Engineering Physics (300 ECTS credits)
Engineering physicists have a variety of career options thanks to their broad knowledge of general and applied physics. With a theoretical understanding of physical phenomena they contribute to the development of new technological applications in areas such as nanotechnology, in which the quantum structure of matter is used to develop new applications, for instance, molecular electronics, organic solar cells and quantum computers.
The Master of Science programmes at Karlstad University provide opportunity for flexible patterns of study. The programmes offer a common core base and then invite students to choose between five exciting fields of study. The Engineering Physics programme is one of them.
Education level: Basic level
Prerequisites: Fall-13: Basic prerequisites and Mathematics D, Physics B och Chemistry A. Area prerequisite 9. Spring-14: Basic prerequisites and Mathematics C, Physics A och Chemistry A. If you begin with the spring semester you will take one semester of preparatory courses. From the fall semester you will follow the ordinary programme. More about area prerequisites at kau.se/behorighet.