School of Natural Sciences and Medicine ILIA STATE UNIVERSITY

Natural Sciences: Physics

BACHELOR’S DEGREE PROGRAM IN PHYSICS

Study language: Georgian

Amount of allocated ECTS: 240 ECTS

Awarded qualification/degree:  Bachelor of Natural Sciences in Physics

Admission contingent: 15

Code in NAEC registry: 0100128

Admission Type: Individual Admission

About of the program:

The undergraduate program in Physics of the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Medicine was developed in 2011 and is updated every academic year.

Natural science is an interdisciplinary course that aims to prepare a specialist in the field of physics with general knowledge of the basics of physics and the basic mathematical aspects of natural science as well as extensive knowledge in one of the areas of physics - fundamental physics, astronomy, biophysics or applied physics.

Aim of the program

The aim of the program is to give the student a broad theoretical knowledge in classical and modern physics, to study the laws of physics to which the universe obeys. Therefore, the structure of the universe and the processes that take place in it - from the microcosm to the galaxy - general properties, forms of existence and motion, general and basic patterns of natural phenomena.

Within the program, the student studies the basics of classical mechanics, electromagnetism, atomic and nuclear physics and astronomy. The student understands the most widely used analytical and numerical methods, has mastered the basic experimental methods of mathematics, computer calculations, modeling and physics, which are essential for career development in this field.

In addition, the program focuses on the development of transfer skills such as effective oral and written communication in Georgian and English, quantitative reasoning and critical thinking skills, the ability to work effectively in a team using modern information technologies and academic work skills.

Main areas of study

Students of the undergraduate Physics course within their major specialization have the opportunity to acquire knowledge in the following four areas:

  • Fundamental Physics
  • Astronomy
  • Applied Physics
  • Biophysics

Learning outcomes;

Knowledge and understanding:

  • The graduate has extensive knowledge in classical and modern physics, and the basic principles and approaches of physics;
  • General knowledge of analytical and numerical methods used in natural sciences and the basic experimental methods of mathematics, computation, modeling and physics;
  • The graduate is able to identify, study, and implement project-specific issues of the field using sector-specific approaches and methods in accordance with pre-defined recommendations/instructions;
  • The graduate has the ability to critically analyze, synthesize and summarize information;
  • Is able to collect, describe and analyze data in the field of fundamental physics / applied physics/biophysics/astronomy using appropriate methods/approaches;
  • Can draw rational conclusions based on data analysis;
  • The graduate is able to communicate orally and in writing with specialists and non-specialists on issues related to the field; Transmission of the information in Georgian and English languages;
  • The graduate can participate in the formation of liberal values, has the ability to intellectually assess events.

Teaching methods:

  • Lecture,
  •  Workshop,
  • Laboratory and practical works,
  • Independent work,
  • Colloquium,
  • Presentation,
  • Group work,
  • Distance (e-learning).

Employment opportunities:

  • Educational and scientific-research institutions of the relevant profile;

Work at secondary education school if the relevant requirements are met;

  •  Computer electronics services;
  • Medical diagnostic centers, laboratories and clinics;
  • Metrology, meteorology services;
  • Institute of Earth Sciences;
  • Consulting companies working in the field of geoinformation systems.
  • Observatory, Research Centers for Astronomy and Astrophysics;

Structure of the Study Program:

To receive a bachelor's degree, the student must accumulate 240 ECTS.

 Title of the Module  ECTS 
 General Module  60
 Major  120
 Additional specialization/free component  60

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