The Master’s Degree in Physics belongs to the Class of the Master Degree Courses in Physics (LM17), lasts two years and requires the acquisition of 120 academic educational credits (CFU) for obtaining the degree. 9 exams are planned for 70 CFU. The remaining CFU are acquired by means of other educational activities, such as information technology skills and the final test (thesis). As an indication, 8 exams are planned during the first year, whereas in the second year 18 CFU at the student free choice are required (considered as a single activity when computing the total number of exams).
The official language is Italian. Selected courses are taught in English.
The Master’s Degree gives a robust educational and methodological base in physics disciplines. In particular the knowledge is deepened by the choice of one among the three following curricula:
- Theoretical Physics, where students can increase mainly their knowledge in the theoretical filed and of the matter fundamentals;
- Particle Physics and Applied Physics, where students can increase mainly their knowledge in in the applied field of physics;
- Physics of the Matter, where students can increase their knowledge mainly in the Microphysics and the Structure of the Matter fields.