The curriculum for B.Sc. in Physics program has been designed by qualified and experienced faculty members. The 128 Credits of the bachelor program have been designed in such a way to provide students with strong scientific and technical skills. The curriculum of the B.Sc. in Physics (single-track) has several job placement streams, the current areas of concentration are: Electronics, Photonics, Environmental and Atmospheric Physics, Astronomy and Space Science, and Computational Physics. Also, students in the B.Sc. in Physics may choose a Major-Minor degree and the current minor choices are: Electronics, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Statistics. The department of Physics also offer a minor in physics for students from other departments in the college of science and the college of information technology.


Detailed Study Plan

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  1. Pursue a successful career in a physics related field.
  2. Qualify for graduate studies and be engaged in lifelong learning.
  3. Exhibit ethical and scientific conduct and contribute positively to society.
  1. Apply knowledge of physics and mathematics to related disciplines.
  2. Identify, formulate, and solve problems in physics.
  3. Design and implement computational models for physical systems.
  4. Conduct experiments working independently or in collaboration with others.
  5. Interpret and analyze data to reach sound conclusions.
  6. Use information technology to search and locate scientific information.
  7. Conduct basic scientific research.
  8. Communicate scientific information and conclusions effectively to a broad audience.
  9. Recognize recent developments in physics.
  10. Understand professional, ethical and social issues and responsibilities.
  11. Acquire self-learning skills to ensure lifelong learning.