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Physics & Informational technologies

Professional field: pedagogics
Educational qualification:
bachelor
Professional qualification:
teacher in physics and astronomy
Period of study:
8 semesters (4 years)
Forms of study:
regular
Evaluation scoring:
see annex #1


Students from the specialty “Physics & informational technologies” receive fundamental training in physics and informational technologies.

During the first two years of their study, the specialty's curriculum includes basic mathematic and physics disciplines, which aim to form their basic preparation. During the third and the fourth year of the study students receive knowledge in other physical disciplines (nucleons, nuclear physics, geophysics, computer physics and others), astronomy and astrophysics, as well as in the fields of contemporary informational technologies.

The study curriculum includes significant amount of eligible physics and informational technologies disciplines, providing the students knowledge about actual scientific issues in the fields of physics and contemporary software products, which provide them with better opportunities for professional realization and continuing their education for the master educational degree.

Graduates gain research and teaching skills, as well as additional competencies in informational technologies. They could find their professional realization as teachers in physics and astronomy, and after additional qualification – as teachers in informational technologies.

The good training in physics, combined with training in informational technologies,also allows the successfully graduated to find their professional realization in the fields of scientific research.

After graduating bachelor degree, student could continue their education for the educational degree ''master'' at the Faculty of Physics at the Plovdiv University, or at other higher education institution.
 

Last update on 19 January 2017