Are you ready to face future challenges? The new Physics Master's program offers a progressive platform in theoretical, computational and experimental physics.
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A new master's programme in Physics to face the unknown
How do you face and solve unknown challenges in the future? One way of developing such skills is to study physics at a Master's level at Chalmers. This autumn a new master’s programme in physics will start. It will focus on creative thinking, critical evaluation and problem solving/engineering skills.
“The students will learn how to identify relevant experimental and theoretical methods and how to apply these to problem solving across a wide range of disciplines or multi-disciplinary fields,” says Anders Hellman, Director of the Master's Programme and Professor at the Department of Physics at Chalmers.
The new programme offers a progressive platform in theoretical, computational and experimental physics. Particular emphasis is placed on astronomy, biological physics, high-energy physics and material science.
The new programme will replace the two master’s programmes Applied Physics and Physics and Astronomy.