Informatie over MSc Physics: Advanced Materials

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»  Compulsory courses
semester I averplichtWMPH007-05Computational physicsEngels56
 verplichtWMPH049-05Cross-disciplinary Materials ScienceEngels5
semester I bverplichtWMPH016-05Mathematical Methods of PhysicsEngels5
 keuzegroep AWMPH051-05Properties of Functional MaterialsEngels5
 keuzegroep AWMPH020-05Structure at Macro, Meso and Nano ScaleEngels5
semester II averplichtWMPH029-05Statistical mechanicsEngels5
 keuzegroep AWMPH021-05Characterisation of MaterialsEngels5
 keuzegroep AWMCH020-05Supramolecular chemistryEngels5
semester II bverplichtWMPH032-05Advanced Quantum MechanicsEngels5

The curriculum of the Physics track Advanced Materials consists of 60 ECTS of courses, followed by a Master's Research Project of 60 ECTS. More information about the degree programme and its curriculum is available on the Student Portal.

In order to successfully complete the degree programme, each student must follow 8 mandatory courses (40 ECTS), as listed above, where students have to choose 3 courses from 'option group A'. From the optional courses listed below, 4 courses (20 ECTS) have to be chosen. In case the student prefers to take other courses in one of the categories, he/she needs to ask permission, in advance, by the Board of Examiners.

Optional courses and specializations

Out of all optional courses listed below, 4 courses (20 ECTS) must be chosen.

All courses are available to choose from, but for an optimal study programme it is recommended to pick one elective every period. The courses are divided into three sub-categories to offer different lines of specialization within the electives. These specializations are indicated by the following abbreviations:
- FMP: Fundamentals of Materials Physics;
- BBM: Biological and Bio-inspired Materials;
- Edu: Education.

The two courses in the category Education (Edu) offer students the possibility to get acquainted with the work of a high school Physics teacher in the Netherlands. The courses are taught in Dutch and have to be followed simultaneously. Upon successfull completion of both courses students have the possibility to follow the post-master degree programme 'Leraar Voorbereidend Hoger Onderwijs in de Bètawetenschappen' (LVHO) where they only still have to follow 50 ECTS, instead of the normal 60 ECTS.

»  Keuzevakken in Biological and Bio-inspired Materials
semester I akeuze: BBMWMPH046-05Atomic and (Bio-)Molecular InteractionsEngels5
semester I bkeuze: BBMWMCH009-05Bioinspired Designer MaterialsEngels5
semester II akeuze: BBMWMPH023-05Mechanical PropertiesEngels5
semester II bkeuze: BBMWMPH047-05Biophysical Imaging & Manipulation TechniquesEngels5
»  Keuzevakken in Fundamentals of Materials Physics
semester I akeuze: FMPWMPH027-05Physics of LasersEngels5
semester I bkeuze: FMPWMPH031-05Theoretical condensed matter physicsEngels5
semester II akeuze: FMPWMPH036-05Many-particle systemsEngels5
 keuze: FMPWMPH024-05Non-linear opticsEngels5
semester II bkeuze: FMPWMPH037-05Mesoscopic physicsEngels5
 keuze: FMPWMPH014-05Surfaces and InterfacesEngels5
 keuze: FMPWMPH040-05Ultrafast Time-Resolved SpectroscopyEngels5
» Keuzevakken in Education
semester IIkeuze: EduTEM0105Basiscursus Master LerarenopleidingNederlands5variabel
 keuze: EduTEM0205Masterstage 1 LerarenopleidingNederlands5variabel
» Research project
hele jaardeel van MSc projectWMPH001-00Academic SkillsEngels
 deel van MSc projectWMPH048-00Career PerspectivesEngels
 deel van MSc projectWMPH002-00General physics colloquiumEngels
 verplichtWMPH902-60Physics Master Research ProjectEngels60
semester I bdeel van MSc projectWMPH019-00Scientific IntegrityEngels

The four modules 'Academic Skills' (WMPH001-00), 'Career Perspectives' (WMPH18003), 'General Physics Colloquium' (WMPH002-00), and 'Scientific Integrity' (WMPH019-00) are not separate course units, but are a mandatory part of the Master's Research Project. They are designed to follow during a research project, but it is possible for students to do (parts of) these modules already during the first year of the master's degree programme.

Visit the Student Portal for more information about the Master's Research Project or about the mandatory modules mentioned above.

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