General courses

Year 1

Mandatory courses (60.0 hp)

Code Name Credits Edu. level
DD1345 Fundamentals of Programming and Computer Science 7.5 hp First cycle
SF1602 Calculus II, part 1 9.0 hp First cycle
SF1603 Calculus II, part 2 9.0 hp First cycle
SF1604 Linear Algebra 7.5 hp First cycle
SG1130 Mechanics I 9.0 hp First cycle
SI1121 Thermodynamics 6.0 hp First cycle
SK1102 Classical Physics 12.0 hp First cycle

Optional courses

Code Name Credits Edu. level
DD1301 Computer Introduction 1.5 hp First cycle

Year 2

Year 3

Mandatory courses (58.0 hp)

Code Name Credits Edu. level
DD1346 Object-Oriented Program Construction 6.0 hp First cycle
EI1240 Electromagnetic Theory 9.0 hp First cycle
EL1000 Automatic Control, General Course 6.0 hp First cycle
SA114X Degree Project in Engineering Physics, First cycle 15.0 hp First cycle
SG1215 Fluid Mechanics 4.0 hp First cycle
SI1151 Quantum Physics 6.0 hp First cycle
SI1161 Statistical Physics 6.0 hp First cycle
SK2750 Solid State Physics 6.0 hp Second cycle

Year 4

Supplementary information

The last two years of the program are completed within the context of a master’s program. 

Courses taken within the fourth year will refer back to the first year’s annual study plan in the master’s program that you have chosen.

The selectable master’s programs leading to a Master of Science in Engineering Physics are:

Engineering Physics

Mathematics

Applied and Computational Mathematics

Engineering Mechanics

Nuclear Energy Engineering

Computer Science

Electromagnetics, Fusion and Space Engineering

Aerospace Engineering

Vehicle Engineering

Nano Technology

Naval Architecture (not track Management

Machine Learning

Systems, Control and Robotics

Information and Network Engineering

Year 5

Supplementary information

The last two years of the program are completed within the context of a master’s program. 

Courses taken within the fifth year will refer back to the second year’s annual study plan in the master’s program that you have chosen.

The selectable master’s programs leading to a Master of Science are:

Engineering Physics

Mathematics

Applied and Computational Mathematics

Engineering Mechanics

Nuclear Energy Engineering

Computer Science

Electrophysics

Aerospace Engineering

Vehicle Engineering

Nano Technology

Naval Architecture (not track Management

Machine Learning

Systems, Control and Robotics

Information and Network Engineering