Bachelor Programme 010900.62 “Applied Mathematics and Physics” (Faculty of Physics)
Humanitarian, Social and Economic Cycle (30-40 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: History, Philosophy, Foreign Language (English), Economics, English, Cultural Studies, Law.
Optional Subjects: Pedagogy, Psychology, Sociology.
Mathematics and Natural Sciences Cycle (130-140 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Analytic Geometry, Linear Algebra, Analysis, Vector and Tensor Analysis, Differential Equations, Integral Equations and Calculus of Variations, Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics, Theory of Functions of Complex Variables, Methods of Mathematical Physics, Mechanics, Molecular Physics, Optics, Electricity and Magnetism, Physics of Atoms and Atomic Phenomena, Nuclear Physics and Particles, General Physics Laboratory, Programming and Computer Workshop, Numerical Methods and Mathematical Modeling; Algorithms and Programming Languages, Radioelectronics,
Optional Subjects: Information and Communication Technology, Operating System, UNIX, Problem Solving using Computers, Technology and Methods of Programming, Computer Graphics and Text Processors, Computer Methods for Analytical Calculations, Physics of Phase Transitions, Special Laboratory (Computer Simulations in Physics of Phase Transitions), Physics of Liquid Crystals, Ecology.
Professional Training Cycle (48-58 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Theoretical Mechanics, Electrodynamics and Electrodynamics of Continuous Media, Quantum Theory, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Physical Kinetics, Quantum Solid State Physics, Physics of Continuous Media, Health and Safety.
Optional Subjects: Computer Information Technology, Physics of Magnetic Fluids, Plasma Physics, Numerical Methods in Solid State Physics, Crystallography, Diffraction Structural Analysis, Methods of Group Theory in Solid State Physics, Optics of Anisotropic Media, Polymer Physics, Special Laboratory (X-ray study of structure and properties of materials), Special Laboratory (Computational Methods in Solid State Physics), Soft Condensed Matter Physics, Physics of Quasi-ordered and Non-ordered Media, Modern Problems in Physics, Statistical Theory of Liquids.
Physical Culture (2 credits)
Research Practice (15-20 credits)
Final State Certification (6-8 credits)
Elective Courses (10 credits)
Additional Chapters of General and Theoretical Physics