Your degree qualifications are those competences that are unique to your particular degree programme. They are what you have learned in the courses you have taken and the knowledge you have gained from them.
A graduate with a Master's degree in Physics has in-depth and detailed functional knowledge of the fundamental theoretical concepts and experimental methods of physics.
The graduate has in-depth knowledge of the topics of the research conducted by researchers at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy and has expert knowledge of a well-defined area of research within physics. The graduate has obtained insight into the interface between the history of physics and natural science and modern technology.
The graduate has specific skills in using computer simulations as a tool to carry out scientific investigations. Skilled in examining specific phenomena theoretically and/or experimentally, the graduate is able to contribute to the generation of new scientific insights or to the innovation of new applications of physics research.
The graduate has skills in planning and carrying out advanced physics experiments and is able to solve scientific problems by applying a combination of theory, numerical simulation, and experiments.
The graduate is able to relate critically to scientific models.