# Bachelor Programme 011200.62 “Physics” (Faculty of Physics)

**Humanitarian, Social and Economic Cycle (25-35 credits)**

*Compulsory Subjects*: History, Philosophy, Foreign Language (English), Economics, English, Cultural Studies, Law.

*Optional Subjects*: Pedagogy, Russian language and culture of speech, Psychology, Sociology.

**Mathematics and Natural Sciences Cycle (65-75 credits)**

*Compulsory Subjects*: Analytic Geometry, Vector and Tensor Analysis, Differential Equations, Integral Equations and Calculus of Variations, Linear Algebra, Analysis, Programming and Computer workshop, Probability Theory and Mathematical Statistics, Theory of Functions of Complex Variables, Chemistry, Computational Methods and Mathematical Modeling; Workshop on computers, Ecology, Astrophysics, Radioelectronics, Turbulence

*Optional Subjects*: Information and Communication Technology, Problem Solving using Computers, Crystallography, Continuum Mechanics.

**Professional Training Cycle (110-120 credits)**

*Compulsory Subjects*: Health and Safety, Quantum Theory, Methods of Mathematical Physics, Mechanics, Molecular Physics, General Physics Workshop, General Physics Workshop, Optics, Theoretical Mechanics, Thermodynamics and statistical physics, nuclear physics and particle physics of atoms and atomic phenomena, Condensed Matter Physics, Physical Kinetics, Electricity and Magnetism, Electrodynamics and electrodynamics of continuous media, abnormal fluid dynamics, Optical Methods in Fluid Dynamics, Workshop on the dynamics of abnormal fluids, Physics of Liquid Crystals, Polymer physics, Physical Fluid Dynamics, Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics.

*Optional Subjects*: Gravitational convection, vibration theory, quantum electrodynamics, and laser measuring systems, theory of symmetry, Thermal measurement, General Relativity, Physics of magnetic fluids, Magnetohydrodynamics and plasma physics, theory of wave processes Mikrogidrodinamika, physics of nonequilibrium processes, Automation convection experiment , Methods for solving the problems of underground hydrodynamics.

**Physical Culture (2 credits)**

**Educational and Work Practice andor Research & Development (12-14 credits)**

**Final State Certification (10 credits)**

**Elective Courses (10 credits)**

Additional chapters of general and theoretical physics