The bachelor's degree in physics offers a broad overview of the various areas of experimental and theoretical physics as well as insights into mathematics and other related subjects. In addition to the technical content, physics students also learn the basics of experimentation and the use of computer systems in physical research. In addition, studying physics sharpens analytical skills. The technical and methodological breadth and general problem-solving skills make physicists very much in demand on the job market. Before starting a career, a bachelor's degree in physics is usually followed by a master's degree in physics or a closely related subject in Germany or abroad.
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