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Physics - full-time first-cycle studies (WM-FI-N-1)

(in Polish: Fizyka - studia I stopnia stacjonarne)
first-cycle programmes
full-time programmes, 3 years
Language: Polish

A Bachelor's studies in Physics aim to provide knowledge and skills required for independent problem-solving in topics related to physics. The graduate uses the necessary mathematical apparatus and understands the fundamental laws of chemistry. Mastered the general knowledge of the primary fields in physics: classical, quantum, nuclear, atomic, solids and astronomy, and explored one of these fields in detail. A graduate can use the obtained knowledge to solve complex and unusual problems related to the profession in physics. Can use specialized physical software and computer systems to conduct and document the research and communicate them (orally and in writing) using a specialized language. A graduate knows the risks to health and the environment related to physical examinations and can minimize them while working. 

The following modules/specializations are available: Theoretical Physics, Design Physics.

After graduation, a graduate may work in industry, research institutions, and research and development centers. With analytical skills, one can also work in financial, insurance, and analytical institutions.

Qualification awarded:

(in Polish) licencjat

Access to further studies:

The possibility of applying for the second-cycle studies and postgraduate studies

Professional status:

not applicable

Teaching standards

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Learning outcomes in terms of knowledge, skills and competences for the course Physics first degree studies, approved by Resolution No. 67/2015 of the UKSW Senate on 22nd May 2015. The study plan and curriculum are set out in Resolution 66/18 of the Council of the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. School of Exact Sciences on 19th June 2018.

Course structure diagram:

Abbreviations used in tables:
lect - Lectures
cl - Classes
kon - Conversatorium
lab - Laboratory
lab1 -
lek - Modern language classes
pok -
pr - Practice
sem - Seminar
e - examination
zal - credit
zoc - graded credit
(in Polish) Fizyka 1 rokECTSlectclkonlablab1lekpokprsemexam
Culture and techniques of study 115zoc
Mathematical analysis I83060e
General physics 173060e
General chemistry I66030e
Informatics lab230zoc
Mathematical analysis II83060e
Linear algebra53030e
Structural programming83045e
Computer-aided physics laboratory230zoc
Academic Polish for foreigners1

1 - Obligatory subject only for foreign students ects=6 lect=60h (1-2 sem.)

(in Polish) Fizyka 2 rokECTSlectclkonlablab1lekpokprsemexam
Intellectual property protection11515zoc
General physics III53030e
Probability and statistics63030e
I Physics laboratory I330zoc
Theoretical Mechanics53030e
Mathematical analysis III53030e
General physics IV53030e
I Physics laboratory II330zoc
Mathematical methods of physics43030e
Physical education060zal
(in Polish) Fizyka 3 rokECTSlectclkonlablab1lekpokprsemexam
Professional practices4120zal
Specialized lab. I510zoc
Diploma Seminar330zoc
Workshops basics of entrepreneurship115zoc
Specialized lab. II560zoc
Diploma workshop2303030zoc
Diploma seminar330zoc

1 - The student chooses one of two modules: Theoretical Physics or Design Physics

Admission procedures:

Visit the following page for details on admission procedures: https://irk.uksw.edu.pl/