Alkeishiukkasfysiikan ja astrofysikaalisten tietei, 2017-18

Etusivu Opetus Tentit Tutkintorakenteet Opintojaksot

Master's Programme in Particle Physics and Astrophysical Sciences - Teaching programme for academic year 2017-2018


The Master’s programme in Particle Physics and Astrophysical Sciences includes two study tracks:

The study tracks are divided into specialisations that focus on astronomy, space physics, particle physics or cosmology.

The scope of the Master’s programme is 120 credits (ECTS), which can be completed in two years. The degree consists of

  • 90 credits of Master’s studies, including a Master’s thesis (30 credits)
  • 30 credits of other studies from the Master’s programme or other degree programmes

In addition, your studies include a personal study plan as well as career orientation and planning. You might also take part in a traineeship, elective studies offered by the Master’s Programme in Particle Physics and Astrophysical Sciences, or studies offered by other degree programmes.

Courses in the programme have been compiled into modules. Both study tracks contain a mandatory core module that includes a research seminar. 

 

*********

If you are transfering from the old degree structure to this new Master's Programme, you may find the correspondence table from here.

 

********

How to use WebOodi

In this Study Guide, under the tab Teaching you will find information on courses of the Master's Programme in Particle Physics and Astrophysical sciences that will be lectured during academic year 2017-2018. 

Explanation of terms used in the list of courses under the tab Teaching.

Under the tab Examinations you will find information on the general exams for which you can register through WebOodi.

Under the tab Structure of degree you will find the detailed degree structure of this Master's programme.

Under the tab Study units you will find all the courses related to this Master's programme.

 

Please notice that the browser's back button does not function in the WebOodi system. Use the WebOodi system's own Back button at the top or bottom of the page instead.