Bachelor Programme 222900.62 “Nanotechnology and Microsystem Technology” (Faculty of Physics)
Humanitarian, Social and Economic Cycle (30-40 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Economics, History, Foreign Language (English), Philosophy, English, Cultural Studies, Law.
Optional Subjects: Psychology, Sociology, Pedagogy, Russian language and culture of speech.
Mathematics and Natural Sciences Cycle (65-75 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Mathematical Analysis, Mechanics, Molecular Physics, General Biology, Optics, Chemistry, Ecology, Electricity and Magnetism, Analytical Geometry, Discrete Mathematics, Differential equations, Integral equations and calculus of variations, Linear algebra, General physics practicum, General Physics Workshop, Probability Theory and mathematical statistics, Theory of functions of complex variables, Nuclear and particle physics of atoms and atomic phenomena.
Professional Training Cycle (105-115 credits)
Compulsory Subjects: Diffraction structural analysis, Engineering and Computer Graphics, Information and Communication Technology, Nanostructured Materials, Metrology, Standardization and technical measurements, Simulation and design of micro-and nanosystems, Electronics, Scanning and transmission electron microscopy, Theoretical Mechanics, Condensed Matter Physics, Physics chemical bases of micro-and nanotechnology, Physical principles of micro-and nanosystem technology, Physical Materials Science, Health and Safety, Vector and Tensor Analysis, Quantum Theory, Programming and Workshop on the computer, Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics, Numerical Analysis and Mathematical Modelling, Computer Electrodynamics.
Optional Subjects: Methods of group theory in solid state physics, Theory of wave propagation, Optics of anisotropic media, Physics of real crystal, Fundamentals of Physics of Strength and Plasticity, Polymer physics, Hydrogen in Metals, Physics of magnetic fluids, Quantum Theory of Solids, Physical properties of metals and alloys, Special Laboratory (X-ray study of structure and properties of materials), Thermal measurement, Special Laboratory (thermal activation parameters of phase transitions in solids), Physical Electronics, Special Laboratory (computer Applications in the physics of phase transitions), Special Laboratory (X-ray study of fine structure of solids), Special Laboratory (computational Methods in solid state physics), Special Laboratory (special x-ray diffraction techniques), Crystal Physics, Physics of nonequilibrium processes, crystallography, Nonlinear systems electronics, Physics of liquid crystals, Plasma physics, Soft condensed matter physics, Physics of phase transitions
Physical Culture (2 credits)
Educational and Work Practice andor Research & Development (12-15 credits)
Final State Certification (12 credits)
Elective Courses (10 credits)