Physics Department
Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Physics
Key Feature

Code                               PX300

Modules                        33
Duration                       3 years

Registration                 Opening Dec. 2023

Teaching                       Distance learning
Credits                           180

Tuition Fees                $4,500/yr

The Bachelor of Science in Physics is a dynamic, three-year undergraduate program designed to provide a thorough grounding in the fundamental principles of physics. This program combines theoretical knowledge with practical laboratory experiences and offers a range of specialized modules. It prepares students for the challenges of modern scientific inquiry and technology, equipping them with the skills needed for a career in physics or related fields.


The Bachelor in Physics will create students who:

  • Comprehensive Understanding: To build a deep understanding of core physics concepts spanning classical mechanics, electromagnetism, quantum mechanics, and more.
  • Skill Development: To develop practical skills in experimental, computational, and theoretical physics.
  • Research Orientation: To prepare students for research and problem-solving in physics, culminating in a BSc dissertation.
  • Specialization Options: To offer elective modules for specialization in cutting-edge areas like nanotechnology, quantum computing, and environmental physics.
  • Career Readiness: To equip students for further studies or careers in academia, research, and technology sector

Learning Outcomes

1. Core Physics Knowledge: Proficient understanding of fundamental physics topics like Dynamics, Electromagnetism, and Quantum Mechanics.
2. Mathematical Proficiency: Ability to apply mathematical methods and computational tools to solve physical problems.
3. Experimental Skills: Competence in conducting experiments, analyzing data, and reporting findings.
4. Specialized Knowledge: In-depth knowledge in chosen areas of specialization.
5. Research Skills: Ability to undertake a research project, demonstrating skills in literature review, methodology, analysis, and presentation.
6. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving: Enhanced ability to think critically, solve complex problems, and communicate solutions effectively.
7. Preparation for Further Studies or Careers: Equipped for advanced studies in physics or related fields, or for pursuing careers in science, technology, and education.

    Year 1 - Modules
    1. Mathematics for Physicists I
    2. Dynamics
    3. Oscillations and Waves
    4. Electricity and Magnetism
    5. Astrophysics I
    6. Physics Lab I
    7. Matter
    8. Mathematics for Physicists II
    9. Physics Lab II
    10. Computational skills for Physicists
    11. Electronics I

    Year 2 - Modules
    1. Electrodynamics
    2. Thermal physics
    3. Statistical Physics
    4. Quantum Mechanics I
    5. Optics
    6. Introductory Condensed Matter Physics
    7. Mathematical Methods in Physics I
    8. Mathematical Methods in Physics II
    9. Physics Lab III
    10. Computational Physics
    1. Electronics Lab
    2. Astrophysics II

    Year 3 - Modules
    1. Atomic Physics
    2. Nuclear, Particle Physics and Special Relativity
    3. Condensed Matter Physics
    4. Lasers and Photonics
    5. Semiconductor Devices
    6. Quantum Mechanics II
    7. Advanced Mathematical Physics
    8. BSc Dissertation
    1. Nanotechnology
    2. Quantum Mechanics III
    3. Quantum information and Quantum Computers
    4. Electronics II
    5. Enviromental Physics
    6. Cosmology


    Entry Requirements

    High School diploma, A-levels, GCSE, Foundation Year (or relevant) in Physics and Mathematics.

    English language: GCSE English Language grade 4/C – IB grade 4 Higher Level. If your first language is not English, you will need an IELTS of 6.0 overall, with 5.5 in each component.

    Basic Information Technology skills.


    Efficient way of study 

    Every video-lecture is supported by
    a text-book which consists of the
    speech-text and the Power Point Presentation

    Inspire your future
    Study from any place Worldwide

    No limits in education

    Straightforward way of teaching

    STM - Hands on

    We explore in detail the structure of Scanning Tunnelling Microscope (STM), which can “view” the atoms on a surface.
    Way of study

    Watch Videolectures


    Assignment & Project


    Final viva (live video)


    Get your Degree awarded

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    Get in touch

    Admissions Office
    99 Wall Street
    Suite# 2838
    New York, NY
    10005, USA
    Tel. +1 646 980 5595 (NY)
    +44 204 577 1704 (LON)
    +30 211 2344 636 (ATH)
    +85 280 0906 442 (HKG)

    Courses in Physics
    Diploma HE
    Certificate HE 

    Registration No: 25227 IBC 2018, Orion University Ltd,
    Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, Central America.

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