Master’s Degree Program Physics (MSc.)

The goal of the master’s degree program physics is a specialized training in several subjects of physics at highest international level to enable the graduates to work independently in industry, research and development.

The master’s degree program is characterized by the scientific environment of the department. It is divided into two annual phases, i.e. in-depth studies and research. In-depth studies serve to acquire the necessary advanced knowledge that enables independent productive research in physics. In this phase it is possible to complete a semester abroad. The graduates are prepared with the in-depth studies to the certain prospective areas of activity. The research phase is carried out in one of the research groups of the department. It is possible in the master’s degree to graduate in one of the following areas: condense matter, soft matter, spintronic and quantum information, nanostructures and their preparation, photonic or renewable energies. 

A prerequisite for the master’s degree program physics is a completed, qualified bachelor degree in physics or a similar qualification. For foreign students to be admitted without a German higher education entrance qualification a proof of sufficient knowledge in the English language is necessary.