The Bachelor's program lasts three years and is completed with a Bachelor’s Final Project (BEP). Each year is worth 60 credits, with each credit equivalent to 28 hours of study. The academic year is divided into four quarters. In every quarter you will have three courses in parallel.
The Bachelor's program includes 180 credits and consists of the following components:
- Basic courses - 25 credits
- Major courses - 95 credits, including 5 credits of Professional Skills (PRV) and 10 credits of the Bachelor's Final Project (which may be extended with 5 credits from the elective space).
- Electives - 45 credits
- USE courses - 15 credits
The first year is designed to give you insight into the contents of the rest of your studies, subsequent studies and professional practice. It comprises basic courses and various Applied Physics courses. In the second and third years you will explore Applied Physics in more depth and will have more time for electives.
An overview of the changes in the courses offered by the Department of Applied Physics and Science Education for the Bachelor's program Applied Physics in the academic year of 2023-2024 can be found here. This overview also includes changes in courses offered for other programs organized by the Department of Applied Physics and Science Education.
It is possible to combine the Bachelor's program Applied Physics (AP) with the Bachelor's program Applied Mathematics (AM) or the Bachelor's program Chemical Engineering and Chemistry (CEC). More information about these double diploma programs can be found here.