PHYSICS

Official Language IT
Description

 

The Bachelor’s Degree in Physics belongs to the Class of Physical Sciences and Technologies (L-30). The duration of the Course is three years. The Degree in Physics is granted once the student obtains 180 CFU, equivalent to 180 European University Credits (ECTS). The course consists of 19 exams, corresponding to 171 CFU. 6 CFU are obtained after the preparation and discussion of the thesis and 3 CFU from computer science activities. The exams of the first, second and third years are 7, 6 and 6,
respectively. The last exam(s) of the third year corresponds to 12 CFU that be chosen among all Bachelor-level courses delivered at the University.
There are no enrolment restrictions. 

The official language of the course is Italian.

A few courses might be given in English as specified in ART 7.8, according to a previous agreement with students or in the presence of students from abroad.
The Course delivers the (bachelor-level) Degree in Physics. The Degree in Physics provides access to the Master courses in Physics and other Master courses in science.

Academic Year:

Programme details

Area: 
Department: 
DIPARTIMENTO DI FISICA "GIUSEPPE OCCHIALINI"
Type of Course: 
Bachelor's Degree Programme
Academic year: 
2019/2020
Duration in years: 
3
Credits: 
180
Location: 
MILANO
Language: 
italian
Reference Professors
THEORETICAL PHYSICS, MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND METHODS (FIS/02)
ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING (ING-INF/01)
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS (FIS/01)
NUCLEAR AND SUBNUCLEAR PHYSICS (FIS/04)
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS (FIS/01)
APPLIED PHYSICS (FIS/07)
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS (FIS/01)
THEORETICAL PHYSICS, MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND METHODS (FIS/02)
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS (FIS/01)
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS (FIS/01)
MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS (MAT/07)
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS (FIS/01)
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS (FIS/01)
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS (FIS/01)
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS (FIS/01)
NUCLEAR AND SUBNUCLEAR PHYSICS (FIS/04)
THEORETICAL PHYSICS, MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND METHODS (FIS/02)
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS (FIS/01)
THEORETICAL PHYSICS, MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND METHODS (FIS/02)
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS (FIS/01)
THEORETICAL PHYSICS, MATHEMATICAL MODELS AND METHODS (FIS/02)
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS (FIS/01)
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS (FIS/01)
NUCLEAR AND SUBNUCLEAR PHYSICS (FIS/04)
ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS (FIS/05)