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  1. Professional Bachelor's Degree in Physics, Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science Teacher in Primary Education (DU)

    Learning outcomes for study programme are formulated in accordance with (1) the state standard of second level professional higher education and (2) the relevant occupational standard. State education standard Register of occupational standards Learning outcomes: Not available ...

    Awarding body- University of Daugavpils

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  2. Professional Master Degree in Medical Physics (RTU)

    Graduates of the study program are able: - to obtain knowledge and skills that conform to standards of the seventh level professional qualification “Engineer of physical technologies in medicine” and master degree in medical physics.   The student will be competitive in the changeable social and economic conditions and competitive in international labour market.   The program will provide alumni with the knowledge specific to the sphere of medical engineering and physics that provides possibility to produce original and improve existent systems, products and technologies and create scientific and educational work in the field of medical engineering and physics.   The program consists of the series of lectures, practical and laboratory studies, and practice. While elaborating master thesis students master theoretical, technical, economical, humanitarian and social subjects that correspond to the field of the medical engineering and physics.   During their studies students develop:   1. theoretical knowledge in structure, physical and technical operation of medical equipment, machines and instruments, their manufacturing technology, utilization conditions and safety;   2. practical skills for work in medical institutions and companies – acquisition, installation, utilizing, regulation and quality control of medical engineering equipment;   3. ability to use theoretical knowledge and skills in practical work, development of technologies in medical engineering and physics;   4. knowledge to perform publ ...

    Awarding body- Riga Technical University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  3. Professional Bachelor’s Degree of Medical Physics, Medical Device Engineer (RTU)

    Graduates of the study program are able: - to use the knowledge and skills that conform to standards of the fifth level professional qualification “Engineer of physical technologies in medicine” and bachelor degree in medical physics;   - to be competitive in the changeable social and economic conditions and competitive in international labour market;   The program will provide alumni with the knowledge specific to the sphere of medical engineering and physics that provides possibility to produce original and improve existent systems, products and technologies and conduct scientific and educational work in the field of medical engineering and physics.   The program consists of the series of lectures, practical and laboratory studies, and practice. While elaborating bachelor thesis students should master theoretical, technical, economical, humanitarian and social subjects that correspond to the field of medical engineering and physics.   During studies the students develop:   1. theoretical knowledge in structure, physical and technical operation of medical equipment, machines and instruments, their manufacturing technology, utilization conditions and safety;   2. practical skills for work in medical institutions and companies – acquisition, installation, utilizing, regulation and quality control of medical engineering equipment;   3. ability to use theoretical knowledge and skills in practical work, development of technologies in medical engineering and physics;   4. knowledge to perform public acti ...

    Awarding body- Riga Technical University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  4. Doctor of Physics (DU)

    Competences:Information is not availableSkills:Information is not availableKnowledge:Information is not available ...

    Awarding body- University of Daugavpils

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  5. Doctor of Physics (LU)

    Competences:Information is not availableSkills:Information is not availableKnowledge:Information is not available ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  6. Master of Natural Sciences in Physics (LU)

    - to master methods of experimental research, theoretical research and basics of computer modelling of physical processes in the selected study field: physics of the hard matter and science of materials, laser physics, technology and spectroscopy, mechanics of the hard matter, theoretical physics, chemical physics, continuous environment physics, physical oceanography and coastal research, biomedical optics, astronomy and astrophysics, didactics of physics; - to develop the Master's thesis (20 credit points) - an independent research in the selected study field. The goal of the Physics Master’s study programme is to provide the students with the knowledge about the following aspects: - physics as a science direction (also about a particular physics’ sub-sector related to the chosen more narrow specialisation provided for by optional courses): - content, methodology, development directions and facilities for application. The optional (specialisation) courses ensure specialised theoretical and empirical knowledge in the corresponding sub-sector of physics. The level of students’ knowledge is raised gradually by mastering the study courses according to a particular sequence. The Physics Master’s study programme encompasses mastering both general and specialised themes of modern physics, developing the research, experimental, modelling as well as other general skills and proficiencies. The tasks are formulated according to the goal and requirements of the Master’s programme: - to provide the students with ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  7. Master of Natural Sciences in Physics (DU)

    The aim of the programme is to provide deeper knowledge and skills in theoretical physics, solid state physics, optics, experimental physics and in other study programme courses in respective sub-branch, providing students with opportunity to prepare for further education in doctoral study programmes and for labour market. The following skills have been acquired and developed within the programme: - ability to orientate oneself in the modern physics and technical achievements; - to perform independent scientific research activity in the chosen physics sub-branch, making of physical measurements and data processing, required for independent scientific research work, performance of creative and innovative activity. ...

    Awarding body- University of Daugavpils

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  8. Bachelor of Natural Sciences in Physics (DU)

    The aim of the programme is to create an opportunity for students to acquire knowledge and understanding of physics, development of scientific research skills and abilities that allow to continue studies in physics or engineering at a higher level, - as well as promote student becoming a free, responsible and creative personality. Within the programme key concepts, fundamental laws, principles, theories, and understanding of the general and theoretical physics, - physical research and measurement methodology, higher mathematics and computer science have been acquired. Abilities to get, select, analyze and summarize information from a variety of sources, reasonably discuss the content of physical problems have been promoted. The following skills acquired: - to define research problems, plan and organize one’s own independent creative and research activity; - safely use physical devices; - to collect, process and analyze research data, - to assess their reliability; - to apply information technologies in data processing and presentation. Abilities to independently analyze and solve issues in physics and its applications; - to see possibilities of physics application in other science branches; - to take the initiative and responsibility, demonstrating a scientific approach in problem solving, team work; - to evaluate impact of one’s professional activities on the environment and society. ...

    Awarding body- University of Daugavpils

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  9. Bachelor of Natural Sciences in Physics (LiepU)

    Aim of the study programme: - to provide an opportunity to acquire academic education in Physics in the following specialized directions: Mathematical Physics, Engineering Physics or Scientific Basics of the School Course of Physics. By dealing with academic and applied research in Physics, to obtain the necessary competencies for continuation of academic or professional studies, to perform professional activity. To promote formation of creative, responsible and life-long education motivated personalities. Results of studies: - ability to understand the most topical problems and rules in the field of Physics; - ability to orient oneself in scientific literature in the field of Physics, Mathematics and Information Technologies, ability to see and highlight possible ways of solution; - ability to apply the mathematical tools and information technologies to solution of certain problems in Physics, understanding of the structure of the school course of Physics and the meaning thereof, when acquiring knowledge and skills in Physics. ...

    Awarding body- Liepaja University

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia
  10. Bachelor of Natural Sciences in Physics (LU)

    To master basic courses of classical and modern physics and laboratory works; - to study methods of theoretical physics necessary for qualitative description of natural and technical processes; - to obtain knowledge of application of mathematics in natural sciences; - to master computer skills and modern software in conducting experiments and modelling; - to master the basics of discrete and analogue electronics and practical skills of their application; - to develop the Bachelor's thesis - an individual study of the Bachelor's programme with topics corresponding to profile B courses of the programme - experimental physics, engineering physics, theoretical physics. The program aims to develop students' understanding of physics’ most important components, gradually raising the level of understanding and revealing the new phenomena, deepening the insight into laws that govern the behaviour of matter and radiation.  Physics Bachelor's programme’s task is to develop the following students' competences in physics and general capacities: to formulate and solve physical problems. Students learn how to identify the relevant physical principles, to evaluate the order of a magnitude, to formulate the problem and solve it, clearly distinguishing the assumptions and approximations;to plan, conduct and describe the experimental or theoretical research. Use appropriate methods of error and uncertainty assessment. Compare the results with the relevant theoretical knowledge;to use mathematical methods in the physical des ...

    Awarding body- University of Latvia

    Category: Qualifications Location: Latvia