Master´s Degree

The course syllabus is composed of 24 credits divided into 6 subjects of 4 credits. There are three compulsory subjects, Quantum Mechanics I, Statistical Mechanics I, and Classical Electrodynamics I. The student must also take three elective subjects, which are chosen by him under the orientation of the supervisor. These subjects aim at a specific training according to the area of concentration and the research field of the thesis topic.

The student needs to take a proficiency test in the English language and all scholarship recipients must perform teaching practice in at least one undergraduate degree subject. The Master´s Course concludes with the defense of the thesis.

Compulsory Subjects

Subject

Credits

Nature 

Contents 

Quantum Mechanics I

04

Compulsory

Statistical Mechanics I

04

Compulsory 

Classical Electrodynamics I

04

Compulsory 

Elective Subjects

Subject 

Credits

Nature

Contents 

Quantum Mechanics II

04

Elective

Statistical Mechanics I

04

Elective

Classical Electrodynamics II

04

Elective

Classical Mechanics 

04

Elective

Solid State Physics

04

Elective

Magnetism

04

Elective

Radioactive Processes in Astrophysics

Elective

Internal Structure of the Stars

Elective

Stellar Evolution Theory

Elective

Statistical Methods in Astrophysics and Cosmology

Elective

Cosmology

Elective

Gravitation

Elective

Methods of Material Characterization

Elective

Phase Transitions and Critical Phenomena

Elective

Numerical Simulation in Physics of Condensed Matter

Elective

Special Topics in Solid State Physics

Elective

Special Topics in Experimental Physics

Elective

Special Topics in Statistical Mechanics and Kinetic Theory

Elective

Special Topics in Ceramic Materials

Elective

Special Topics in Astrophysics

Elective

Special Topics in Cosmology

Elective

Special Topics on Gravitation

Elective

Mathematical Methods of Physics

Elective

Special Topics in Physics I

Elective

Special Topics in Physics II

Elective

Thesis

Elective

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