Physicists are expected to solve highly complex tasks in research and development using
technical knowledge and analytical skills and, not infrequently, to assume leadership roles and
responsibilities. To meet these challenges, you will first need to earn a Master’s degree.
In the Master’s degree in physics program, you will learn analytical skills, strategic thinking and how to do independent scientific work. Contrasted with Bachelor’s studies, in the Master’s program, subject knowledge of classic and modern physics is distinctly expanded so that students can attain in-depth knowledge in the areas of solid state, materials and quantum physics.
- Interest in the natural sciences
- A talent for mathematics
- Ability to do independent work
- Enjoyment of experimentation
- No computer phobias
- Languages: German, English