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  1. Academic bachelor's degree in physics (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) undertake project work, work in an interdisciplinary group, acquire data from various sources, communicate experimental data to non-experts, show adaptability to various experimental situations, (subject-specific competences) adopt a physical approach to the treatment of problems, show a sense for orders of magnitude of physical quantities, demonstrate mastery of modern information systems, create simple numerical models of real systems, demonstrate proficiency in the use of electronic measuring devices, carry out statistical data processing, integrate computer-supported data collection. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Academic bachelor's degree in physics (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) think systemically, thereby enabling their inclusion in interdisciplinary groups for dealing with complex systems in various fields of the natural sciences, banking, insurance and the addressing of environmental problems, analyse complex systems, which is the basis for understanding the functioning of systems in nature, the environment and society, demonstrate knowledge of the structure and functioning of physical systems and apply this knowledge to other fields, apply knowledge in practice, resolve technical and work-related problems by searching for sources of knowledge and applying scientific methods, show cooperativeness and work in a team, (subject-specific competences) demonstrate familiarity with and understanding of physical systems, demonstrate familiarity with and understanding of fundamental physical concepts and apply them in the interpretation of natural phenomena and events in the environment, demonstrate knowledge of the connections of physical systems with other systems in nature and society, demonstrate understanding of and solve basic physical problems at a qualitative and quantitative level, apply the approaches of scientific thinking to the quantitative treatment of problems in nature, the environment and society, safely conduct experiments in the field and in the laboratory, assess risk associated with work, demonstrate familiarity with safety regulations and act in accordance with them, show and interpret experimental data and their connectio ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Academic bachelor's degree in physics (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) critically analyse the causalities of natural phenomena, demonstrate mastery of the basics of methods that are used in various fields of natural science, present results in a form that is accessible to specialist and non-specialist audiences, formulate and analyse results using computerised methods and means, use a foreign language, (subject-specific competences) show a good general awareness of basic physical and natural laws, show connections between various natural phenomena, physically model practical problems, demonstrate proficiency in basic experimental skills, undertake qualitative analysis of physical problems obtained, formulate physical problems in mathematical language, undertake quantitative analysis of problems and resolve models, present physical problems and results to non-physicists, communicate physical content to the general public. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Academic bachelor's degree in physics for education and … (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) think analytically and demonstrate understanding of complex systems that enable participation in various interdisciplinary teams, communicate, cooperate and work as part of a team, demonstrate familiarity with basic subject-specific, general pedagogical and ICT fields and apply knowledge to other professional and educational fields, critically assess developments in subject-specific professional and educational fields, resolve technical and work-related problems by searching for sources of knowledge and using technical/applied and scientific methods, demonstrate computer and information literacy, demonstrate proficient laboratory skills, use and develop systems of traditional educational technology, presentation technology, media technology and ICT in subject-specific professional and educational fields, demonstrate autonomy in professional work, demonstrate understanding of individual values and value systems and master questions of professional ethics, demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the institutional frameworks of work (legislation, documentation, legal aspects of subject-specific and educational work, etc.), (subject-specific competences) think scientifically and demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental facts and laws of nature, demonstrate familiarity with and understanding of fundamental physical concepts and apply them in the interpretation of natural phenomena and events in the environment, demonstrate knowledge of the connections of physical sy ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Astronomer

    A képzés célja csillagászok képzése, akik átfogó csillagászati ismeretekkel és a csillagászattal érintkező interdiszciplináris területeken, továbbá a tágabb körben használható, a tudományos kutatáshoz, a tudományos szaknyelv használatához, a csapatmunkához, a tudományos kutatási eredmények kommunikációjához szükséges készségekkel rendelkeznek, képesek multidiszciplináris összefüggésekben felmerülő új vagy szokatlan problémák megoldására. Felkészültek tanulmányaik doktori képzésben történő folytatására. Az elsajátítandó szakmai kompetenciák A csillagász a) tudása Rendszerszinten és összefüggéseiben ismeri és tudja alkalmazni a csillagászat és az űrtan (műszertechnikai és spektroszkópiai ismeretanyag; a legkorszerűbb hazai észlelőeszközök használata; a megfigyelések feldolgozásának standard számítógépes módszerei; és a csillagászat valamennyi főbb területének elméleti ismeretanyaga) főbb témaköreinek átfogó elméleti és gyakorlati ismeretanyagát. Összefüggéseiben ismeri a csillagászat elméleti, megfigyelési, számítógépes módszereit, valamint a fizika, matematika és az informatika csillagászatot és űrtant érintő területeit. Jártas a tudományos kutatás, az önképzés és a kommunikáció alapvető módszereiben. Tisztában van a modern csillagászat lehetséges fejlődési irányaival és határaival. Magas szinten rendelkezik természettudományos ismeretekkel és az erre épülő gyakorlat elemeinek ismeretével, és rendszerezni tudja azokat. Ismeri azokat a csillagászattal, asztrofizikával és űrtannal kapcsolatos terepi, labor ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Hungary
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. Bachelor of Science in de fysica

    1. Een diepgaande kennis hebben van de basiswetten en de belangrijkste theorieën van de fysica (waaronder de klassieke en kwantummechanica, elektromagnetisme, statistische fysica en de speciale relativiteitstheorie) en van de wijze van toepassing hiervan in een aantal belangrijke domeinen uit de fysica. 2. Kennis hebben van een aantal hoofddomeinen van de fysica zoals de astrofysica, de astronomie, de atomaire fysica, de nucleaire en deeltjesfysica en de vastestoffysica. 3. Een goede kennis hebben van vereiste wiskundige methodes. Zelfstandig berekeningen kunnen uitvoeren, eventueel met behulp van een zelfgeschreven eenvoudig computerprogramma. 4. Kennis hebben van de belangrijkste experimentele methodes. 5. Onder beperkte begeleiding experimenten voorbereiden, uitvoeren, de resultaten structureren, analyseren, kritisch aftoetsen aan een (bestaand) theoretisch kader en hierover rapporteren. 6. Fysische en technische informatiebronnen, ook Engelstalige, kritisch raadplegen. 7. Een basiskennis bezitten over de toepasbaarheid van de fysica in andere domeinen. Een bijdrage leveren aan het oplossen van vraagstellingen binnen een academische en/of industriële context. 8. De resultaten van literatuuronderzoek en eigen onderzoek rapporteren aan vakgenoten, zowel mondeling als schriftelijk. 9. De essentie van een probleem (proces of situatie) identificeren, hiervoor onder beperkte begeleiding een werkend model formuleren en de nodige benaderingen maken. Kritisch reflecteren over de constructie van eenvoudige fysische mo ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Belgium, Flemish Community
  10. Bachelor of Science in de fysica en de sterrenkunde

    1. Een diepgaande kennis hebben van de basiswetten en de belangrijkste theorieën van de fysica (waaronder de klassieke en kwantummechanica, elektromagnetisme, statistische fysica en de speciale relativiteitstheorie) en van de wijze van toepassing hiervan in een aantal belangrijke domeinen uit de fysica. 2. Kennis hebben van een aantal hoofddomeinen van de fysica zoals de astrofysica, de astronomie, de atomaire fysica, de nucleaire en deeltjesfysica en de vastestoffysica. 3. Een goede kennis hebben van vereiste wiskundige methodes. Zelfstandig berekeningen kunnen uitvoeren, eventueel met behulp van een zelfgeschreven eenvoudig computerprogramma. 4. Kennis hebben van de belangrijkste experimentele methodes. 5. Onder beperkte begeleiding experimenten voorbereiden, uitvoeren, de resultaten structureren, analyseren, kritisch aftoetsen aan een (bestaand) theoretisch kader en hierover rapporteren. 6. Fysische en technische informatiebronnen, ook Engelstalige, kritisch raadplegen. 7. Een basiskennis bezitten over de toepasbaarheid van de fysica in andere domeinen. Een bijdrage leveren aan het oplossen van vraagstellingen binnen een academische en/of industriële context. 8. De resultaten van literatuuronderzoek en eigen onderzoek rapporteren aan vakgenoten, zowel mondeling als schriftelijk. 9. De essentie van een probleem (proces of situatie) identificeren, hiervoor onder beperkte begeleiding een werkend model formuleren en de nodige benaderingen maken. Kritisch reflecteren over de constructie van eenvoudige fysische mo ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Belgium, Flemish Community

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