The B.Sc. Physics is divided into a compulsory and an elective area (supplementary subjects). There is also a voluntary orientation area. Its core is formed by a mathematical preliminary course and the orientation events for freshmen.
By the end of the 2nd semester, proof of at least one passed examination of the compulsory subject (experimental physics, theoretical physics, mathematics, internships) must be provided.
General note: With the Bachelor of Science, students obtain their first professional qualification. However, the Master of Science degree is the standard qualification at TU Darmstadt. We therefore recommend completing a master’s degree.
According to experience, the spectrum of activities of physics graduates is constantly expanding. Today, physicists work, among other things, in basic and industrial research, in application-related development, on planning and testing tasks in industry and administration, in consulting and sales, in banking, in politics and management and in academic teaching. In various fields of activity, innovative problem solutions are required and novel questions are examined. In order to meet the requirements for such tasks, a sufficiently broad basic knowledge of experimental and theoretical physics and the mathematics required for this is required.
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