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In the design of the curricula in the department, the first two years contain most of the mandatory subjects, including general physics, general physics laboratory, mechanics, electromagnetism, experimental physics. These are the fundamentals for more advanced subjects. In the third year, other than quantum physics, thermal physics and modern physics, all the other classes are elective.

A student is required to take at least 128 credits to graduate. The best students should be able to finish in three years. Our department also has special curricula for students intending for applied sciences such photo-electrics, material sciences, computational physics, and biophysics. Students can be admitted to the graduate school after they passed the examination. Since the curricula is quite flexible, the teachers will advise the students, according to their interests and the past grades, to choose the best stream for the students, which is very beneficial for their future after graduation.

The undergraduates in our department are classified into two divisions: physics and photoelectric divisions, while the Master students are classified into physics, applied physics, and photoelectric divisions.

Curricula and graduation requirements
Graduation Requirements_Undergraduate 2015 <--
Graduation Requirements_Master program <--
Graduation Requirements_Doctoral program <--
Course Catalog
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Graduation Procedure
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Student Activities
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