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  • Objectives
    The BSc Physics degree is designed to offer students a broad knowledge of all of the fundamental elements of physics, and includes areas such as relativity, quantum mechanics, fields and waves, electromagnetism and nuclear physics. Extensive project work is carried out in the third year.
  • Entry requirements
    We ask for 320 UCAS points i.e. AAC or ABB A level grades. Our teaching does not presuppose any previous knowledge of computer science and in selecting candidates for admission we do not insist on evidence of prior competence in computer programming.
  • Academic Title
    BSc Physics
  • Course description
    BSc Physics


    Year 1

    -Laboratory Physics (30 credits)
    -Mathematics & Mechanics (30 credits)
    -Fields, Waves & Matter (30 credits)
    -Thermal Physics (15 credits)

    Year 2

    -Laboratory Physics (30 credits)
    -Mathematical Methods in Physics (30 credits)
    -Modern Physics (30 credits)
    -Electromagnetism (15 credits)

    Year 3

    -Projects (15 credits)
    -Spectroscopy & Quantum Mechanics (15 credits)
    -Statistical Mechanics (15 credits)
    -Optics (15 credits)
    -Solid State Physics (15 credits)

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