Graduate Study Programmes

Department of Physics offers five graduate studies:
 

Graduate Study Programme in Physics and Mathematics

Educational study that lasts 2 years (4 semesters), has 120 ECTS points, and is organised by Department of Physics, Department of Mathematics and Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of University of Rijeka. Students obtain the academic title of Master of Educational Physics and Mathematics.

Description of the curriculum and the list of courses   .pdf
The content of all courses   .pdf

 

Graduate Study Programme in Physics and Informatics

Educational study that lasts 2 years (4 semesters), has 120 ECTS points, and is organised by Department of Physics, Department of Informatics and Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of University of Rijeka. Students obtain the academic title of Master of Educational Physics and Informatics.

 Description of the curriculum and the list of courses   .pdf
 The content of all courses   .pdf

 

Graduate Study Programme in Physics and Philosophy

This is the unique study programme in Croatia. It is educational study that lasts 2 years (4 semesters), has 120 ECTS points, and is organised by Department of Physics and Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of University of Rijeka. Students obtain the academic title of Master of Educational Physics and Philosophy.

 Description of the curriculum and the list of courses   .pdf
 The content of all physics and compulsory philosophy courses   .pdf
 The content of elective philosophy courses   .pdf

 

Graduate Study Programme in Engineering and Physics of Materials

The study that lasts 2 years (4 semesters), has 120 ECTS points, and is organised by Department of Physics and Faculty of Engineering of University of Rijeka. Students obtain the academic title of Master of Engineering and Materials Physics.

Description of the curriculum and the list of courses   .pdf
The content of all courses   .pdf

 

Graduate Study Programme in Physics

The study is research-oriented, lasts 2 years (4 semesters), has 120 ECTS points, and is organised by Department of Physics. There are four programmes: Solid state Physics, Astrophysics and Elementary Particle Physics, Atomic and Molecular Physics and an interdisciplinary study Physics and Environmental Science. Students obtain the academic title of  Master of Physics.
Description of the curriculum can be found here. The list of courses can be found at the following links:

 Solid state Physics Programme   .pdf
 Astrophysics and Elementary Particle Physics Programme   .pdf
 Atomic and Molecular Physics   .pdf
 Physics and Environmental Science   .pdf
 
The content of all courses   .pdf