Bachelor Degree - Physics

"I have to understand the world, you see."
Richard Feynman final sentence of the chapter Certainly, Mr. Big! from Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman!

The Degree Course

Why to enroll

Physics is a fundamental science, a real natural philosophy, which teaches to interrogate nature by asking the right questions and organizing the answers in simple and general schemes, drawing from them laws of general validity that must be endowed with predictive value and must be able to apply to systems on different dimensional scales, from elementary particles to galaxies. Learning this method, known as the scientific method, is the first goal of training physicists. Physics is fascinating for its discoveries on the world around us and for the technological applications that this knowledge has made possible. In the field of research, physics has close links with other disciplines (mathematics, chemistry, medicine, electronics, computer science, meteorology, economics). Learning basic disciplinary knowledge is the second goal of training physicists.

What do you study

Our three-year degree course in Physics provides solid foundations in all aspects of physics, including some technological applications. Electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, dynamics and thermodynamics are studied during the first two years during which experimental skills are developed thanks to laboratory activities and mathematical and computer skills, with attention to the use of the computer for scientific applications. During the third year the student is directed towards advanced activities that include both fundamental subjects of matter physics, and theoretical (theoretical physics and computational physics), experimental (matter physics laboratory, spectroscopic techniques) or applicative (electronics) topics. During the third year, students have the opportunity to devote a substantial part of their time to independent work, with an internship in laboratories of an industry or a company, a university, a national or international research center. Students can take part of the study course abroad within Erasmus mobility programs.

What do you become

The course of the study of Physics has as a natural continuation a Master's Degree in Physics. The range of professional opportunities that Physics offers is very wide, thanks to the intellectual and practical skills and abilities that are acquired during the course of studies: a logical/mathematical mind, the ability to solve complex problems, indispensable in all high-tech working areas, good computer skills, laboratory data analysis and the ability to work in a group.
Thanks to these skills, physicists find work
- in high-tech industrial sectors, in the development and research laboratories of companies in the electronics, semiconductors, information technology, biomedical and mechanical fields
- in public research institutions and in academia
- in teaching
- in the world of finance
- in the field of meteorology and health protection.

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