Master of Science in Engineering, Degree Programme in Engineering Physics (120 ECTS credits)
Engineering physicists have broad and varied career options. They work with materials development and the simulation of complex systems, or with research in innovative industries. The analytical abilities sharpened in this programme can open opportunities in computing or finance. Wherever physics gives rise to new technical possibilities, engineering physicists will carry on the development, perhaps in their own business. You will have a solid foundation in technology, natural sciences, and mathematics, as well as the ability to cooperate and communicate. Your competencies will be of use in many technical areas, especially where creativity, leadership, and a holistic view are also required.
Students who meet the general as well as the special requirements will, on completion of the programme, be awarded a degree of Master of Science in Engineering Physics. For examination and assessment regulations, see under the heading "Learning outcomes" in the programme study plan.
Upon completion of the programme, you may continue with doctoral studies. The subject in which your doctor"s degree will be awarded will depend on your previous studies. You also need to meet the prerequisites for doctoral studies of the subject chosen.