The aim of physics is to record states and processes in nature on a quantitative and qualitative level and to describe them using general principles. The basic building blocks of the world around us, the connections between micro- and macrocosm, are explored on different levels.
An essential part of the course is the "language of physics" used, mathematics. Physics itself is divided into experimental physics and theoretical physics. In experimental physics, based on experimental observations, conclusions are drawn about the underlying laws of nature - from mechanics to particle physics. Theoretical Physics, however, uses a few axioms to describe the interplay of bodies and forces on macroscopic and microscopic scales in a logical-mathematical way.
The individual lectures are supplemented by exercises and, in some cases, laboratory internships in order to deal with the respective topics in more depth in small group work. Depending on the interests of the student, research-oriented courses from the master’s degree can be attended, a project internship or a professional internship can be completed in the advanced degree. Choosing a physical (e.g. astronomy or meteorology) or non-physical minor broadens the view beyond one's own subject boundaries.
HZB (e.g. Abitur)
German language skills (language level GeR C1)
Science (teaching / research at universities, research institutions, etc.), research and development (industry), administration and management, patents, authorities and ministries, financial and software services, consulting, monitoring / control of production and sales
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