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MSc in Physics

Why take this course?

Master of Science in Physics - Essentially, physics is the study of the entire universe. From studying stars far beyond earth to explaining the shape of a water droplet, physics offer students the chance to understand the world around them in all its enormity and complexity. The course provides a thorough analytical background to basic and modern foundations of conventional physics coupled with an insight into areas such as Material Science & Electronics, which are offered as a subject of specialization.

What will I experience?

On this Master's course you can:

  • Develop skills using observational, theoretical and computational techniques
  • Hands on experience in performing various experiments through our learning labs sessions

What opportunities might it lead to?

Master of Science Physics degree at Jain University helps to develop robust, high-level analytical and problem ­solving skills that are widely applicable and highly valued by a diverse range of employers including those in education, finance, engineering, computing, and management.

Professional electronics, design, research and development, product manufacturing, project management, defense communications, health, energy, aerospace are some of the options you can opt to excel in this field. Students’ who are interested in further studies can pursue research. There is a huge scope for this field open to you in this subject.

Degree Awarded

Master of Science

Course Commencement

June 2017

Eligibility

The minimum qualification required to apply is a bachelor’s degree in the respective discipline from a recognized university.

Study Campus

Admissions Office



Curriculum Structure & Teaching

Semester I
  • Classical Mechanics
  • Quantum Mechanics - I
  • Electronics (General)
  • Mathematical Methods of Physics
  • Learning labs: General Practical - I
  • Electronics (General) Practical
Semester II
  • Statistical Mechanics
  • Quantum Mechanics - II
  • Electrodynamics
  • Computational Methods in Physics
  • Learning Labs: General Practical - II
  • Computer Exercises
Semester III
  • Condensed Matter Physics
  • Nuclear and Particle Physics
  • Materials Science (Special) – I (or) Electronics (Special) - I
  • Elective: Atomic, Molecular and Resonance Spectroscopy (or) X Ray Crystallography (or)
  • Spectroscopic Techniques
  • Learning Labs:
    Modern Physics
    Materials Science (Special) Practical - I or
    Electronics (Special) Practical - I
Semester IV
  • Astrophysics and Relativity
  • Materials Science (Special) - II (or) Electronics (Special) – II
  • Materials Science (Special) - III (or) Electronics (Special) - III
  • Elective: Laser Physics and Applications (or) Physics of Nano Materials (or) Structure,
  • Spectra and Properties of Bio Molecules / Molecular Physics
  • Learning Labs:
    Materials Science (Special) Practical - II or
    Electronics (Special) Practical - II
    Project and Dissertation Viva-Voce

Teaching and Assessment

A variety of engaging teaching methods like workshops, lectures, projects and seminars, are conducted from time to time at Jain University. Our highly knowledgeable professors always make themselves available to students outside of the classroom, even beyond office hours and help the students to bring out the best in them. The faculty makes it a point of connecting with their students to create a fulfilling academic experience. This allows building a closer student-professor relationship.

How are you assessed?

On this Master's course, you will encounter a balance of formal examinations and varied methods of coursework assessment including: