Mathematics – Physics
This is a joint track of the Faculty of Mathematics and the Faculty of Physics. Graduates of this track are awarded the degree “Bachelor of Science in Mathematics – Physics”. Significant achievements in scientific development were made when mathematics and physics developed simultaneously while setting mutual challenges. This track is intended for those who are interested in both mathematics and physics and who wish to enjoy both worlds. This is a three-year track and contains almost all of the required courses in physics and mathematics. The aim of the track is to provide students with a broad and solid foundation in both fields. Characteristic graduates of this track are physicists with a deep understanding of mathematics or mathematicians who have a very good approach to applied science. Graduates of this track will have a basic education in a wide range of physics and applied mathematics and will be able to integrate well into research and development teams in high-tech industries. In addition, they will be at an excellent starting point for graduate studies in both departments.