Subjects in Applied Physics (Master's / Doctoral Program)

One of the educational goals of the syllabus on applied physics during the master's program is to arouse students' awareness of the rapidly changing developments in the field of study, particularly specialized areas, such as engineering. The syllabus stresses on basic knowledge so that students acquire high levels of essential academic skills before pursuing their specialized field of study.

Specialized subjects are provided for those subjects that are relatively common in other areas of study. The highly specialized fields are studied through seminars held at individual laboratories, where students from other laboratories are also invited to participate.

Types of subjects offered in Applied Physics

Compulsory subjects (Master's / Doctoral Program)

  • Research in Applied Physics I, II (Master's Program); III, IV, and V (Doctoral Program)
  • Colloquim on Pure and Applied Sciences (Master's Program: 1 credit)

Basic subjects (Master's Program)

Four basic subjects (see below for details on introductory basic subjects) are provided for the entire program during the master's program, beginning with reviewing undergraduate-level subjects and providing the foundation for handling specialized fields of study. In addition, four specialized subjects common to other areas of study are provided as advanced basic subjects founded on the introductory subjects. Though two subjects (6 credits) are required to complete the master's program, it is advisable that students take two introductory subjects and two advanced basic subjects.
Introductory basic subjects Advanced basic subjects
Quantum Mechanics (3 credits)
Statistical Mechanics (3 credits)
Electromagnetism (3 credits)
Solid State Physics (3 credits)
Experimental Physics (3 credits)
Biomedical Engineering (3 credits)
Material and Device Physics for Nanoscience (3 credits)br /> Semiconductor Devices (3 credits)

Specialized subjects (Master's Program)

Introductory Sciences in Advanced Surface Measurements (2 credits)
Charged Particle and Plasma Engineering Science (2 credits)
Optical Engineering (2 credits)
Spectroscopic Analysis in Materials Science (2 credits)
Beam and plasma engineering (2 credits)
Photonics (2 credits)
Spectroscopic material analysis
Semiconductor Optoelectronic Materials and Engineering (2 credits)
Fundamentals of Magnetic Materials (2 credits)
Thermal and Statistical Physics (2 credits)
Surface and Interface Engineering (2 credits)
Fundamentals of Nano-technology: Lecture and Laboratory (2 credits)

Special lectures

These are lectures held on recent topics related to specialized fields and those fundamental to different fields. The schedules are announced as soon as related details are ascertained.

  • Special Lecture in Applied Physics I
  • Special Lecture in Applied Physics II
  • Special Lecture in Applied Physics III
  • Special Lecture in Applied Physics VI
  • Special Lecture in Applied Physics V


hese subjects, based on experiences, help students to form their future career paths through practical knowledge in research and development in corporate entities and research institutes. Before applying for internships, students should obtain preliminary information about how such internships are conducted and how the training is imparted by the subject teacher. Apply to the academic affairs committee beforehand in the specified application form. Usually, 1 credit is conferred for two weeks (ten days).

Download the application form: InternshipBK.doc (36kB)

  • Internship in Applied Physics I
  • Internship in Applied Physics II

Materials Science and Engineering (Master's Program)

Compulsory subjects
  • Colloquim on Pure and Applied Sciences (Master's Program: 1 credit)
  • Seminar in Optical and Electrical Nanomaterials
  • Research in Optical and Electrical Nanomaterials I
  • Research in Optical and Electrical Nanomaterials II
Specialized subjects
  • Diffraction: X-ray and Electron Microscopy I
  • Diffraction: X-ray and Electron Microscopy II
  • Nanomaterials II
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