Master of Science in Mathematics and Physics - learning outcomes
After having completed the Master Program in Mathematics and Physics, the student shall have acquired the following qualifications:
1) The student shall have acquired advanced general knowledge in Mathematics and Physics, and specialized knowledge in a specific field through the work on the master thesis.
2) The student shall have gained a broad knowledge of the scientific theories and methods of his/her field of study.
3) The student shall know how to apply his/her knowledge on new subject areas within Mathematics, Statistics and/or Physics.
4) The student shall be able to analyze problems within his/her chosen field based upon the field's history, traditions, character and social context.
1) The student shall be able to analyze existing theories, methods and interpretations within his/her field of study, and work independently with relevant problems.
2) The student shall know how to use relevant methods of research and scientific knowledge independently and critically.
3) The student shall be able to analyze different sources of knowledge and apply them to formulate and organize scientific reasoning
4) The student shall be able to complete a supervised investigation in accordance with the ethical and scientific norms of the field.
5) The student shall be able to communicate independent scientific research, including his/her own work, and master the terminology of his/her field of research.
1) The student shall be able to communicate mathematical and physical knowledge and ideas to students and the general public.
2) The student shall be able to apply his/her knowledge and skills to carry out advanced tasks and projects.
3) The student shall be able to communicate scientific problems, analyses, arguments and conclusions within his/her field, both with other scientists and the general public.
4) The student shall be able to contribute to innovation and application of basic research.