Program Name: Applied Physics

Program Code: 070202

Program Length: 4 years

Degree Type: Science

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**Brief Introduction:
**This program is designed to enable students to understand the fundamental theories and methods of physics, at the same time, to enhance the study of applications of physics in the relevant fields and the development of related technologies. This program focuses the feature of application.

The core courses for this program include mechanics, electromagnetics, thermology, optics, theoretical mechanics, thermodynamics and statistical physics, atomic physics, electrodynamics, quantum mechanics, solid state physics, general physics experiments, mathematical methods of physics, etc. Some optional courses are also available, e.g. laser technology and its applications, circuits and principles of motor, analogue circuits, digital circuits, nanoscience and nanotechnology.

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**Course Contents:**

The program is divided into 4 academic years or 8 semesters and a moderate number of courses are delivered in each of them (follow the links to find out more about each course).

**Semester I**

Advanced Mathematics I (1)

Computer Basis I

University Physics Experiments (3)

Mechanics

**Semester II**

Advanced Mathematics I (2)

Linear Algebra

University Physics Experiments (4)

C Programming

Thermology

**Semester III**

Probability and Statistics

Electromagnetics

University Physics Experiments (5)

**Semester IV**

Mathematical Methods of Physics

Theorectical Mechanics

Atomic and Molecular Physics

MATLAB Programing

Optics

**Semester V**

Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics

Electrodynamics

Laser Technology and Its Applications

Circuits and Principles of Motors

Analogue Circuits

Digital Circuits

Principles and Applications of Single-chip Microcomputers

**Semester VI**

Quantum Mechnics

Solid State Physics

Modern Physics Expriments

Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

Theory and applications of Information Optics

Optoelectronics

Electronic Design Automation

Atmopheric Physics

**Semester VII**

Internet

Principles and Technology of Optical Communications

Mechanical Drafting and CAD

VC and Physics Simulation

Structures and Properties of Matter

Synoptic Meteorology

**Semester VIII**

Spectroscopy and Its Technology

Atmospheric Environment

Research Project

Practice