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Bachelor's Course of Study – Engineering Physics (B.Sc.)

The bachelor's degree in Engineering Physic's deals with the engineering implementation of physical knowledge into beneficial and environmentally sound processes and products.

The program is characterized by the learning and the handling of physical laws, which can be used to find optimal solutions for the respective applications.

Physical technique includes, among others

  • modern technologies such as semiconductor, microsystem, laser, surface, energy or environmental technology
  • the application of physical and physical-chemical measuring methods for the analysis and solution of technical and scientific problems
  • the use of software and hardware for the acquisition, processing and evaluation of measurement data
  • mathematical methods for computer simulation
  • the evaluation of materials and chemicals in terms of sustainability and resource efficiency

With a degree in Engineering Physics you can handle demanding technical tasks and create high-tech products. The completion of a Bachelor of Science teaches you the scientific basics, which let you participate in the current technological change at the very front.

As Physics Engineers, you are a sought-after specialist and have excellent earning potential.

If you would like to plan a study abroad, we have put together an overview with partner universities that offer a number of courses that is suitable for the Engineering Physics degree program.

In the fields of micro- and nanotechnology or photonics, you can further develop your specialist knowledge in a subsequent master's program. The Bachelor's degree program and Master's degree programs are very well networked with industry-specific companies. The exchange is promoted by advisory boards.

The Industrial Advisory Board Micro- and Nanotechnology as well as the Industrial Advisory Board Photonics advise the Master's degree programs on the further development of the course of study program. For these two Master's degree programs, the Engineering Physics degree program forms an excellent basis.

In addition, there are a large number of further master's programs at the University of Applied Sciences Munich. Such a master's degree qualifies you as an equivalent to a university master for a doctorate.

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"Physics engineers are regarded as technical and scientific innovation motors and are therefore in great demand."

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Engineering Physics can also be chosen as a Dual Degree Program. Further information can be found here.

 

Alumni and students report:

Daniela -

Assembly / Test & Integration Manager, large research institute:

"I really liked this course of study because it deals with different areas of physics. Both theory is addressed as well as much practice, especially with the many internships. In addition, for me, the small study groups were great because you have a lot of contact with his classmates and also the environment at the MUAS is familial."

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Alexander -

Technology development, global business, electronic components:

"After my aborted studies of Mechanical Engineering at the TUM, I no longer wanted to attend lectures and study in large, impersonal groups. This has led me to look more towards MUAS for a suitable degree. I liked the mix of fundamentals and application-oriented knowledge in Engineering Physics. The handling of the many measuring devices in the lab classes and the wide-ranging knowledge has helped me so far in the job often. However, the Master of Micro and Nanotechnology was very good to deepen the knowledge of the Bachelor of Engineering Physics. Without the master I would not have got my current job."

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Nadine -

Doctorate in an industrial company, global enterprise, semiconductor industry:

"The course of Study in Engineering Physics is for technically enthusiastic people who like to question their environment or want to understand the physics basics of established analysis or engineering methods. ... The many lab classes provide important methodological knowledge that will help a student a lot in his future career. ... Although not all topics of physics are discussed, it is clear that the combination of physics and engineering in this program enables many opportunities in later professional life. ... If you want to work in development or research, this is the right place for you."

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Andreas -

Technology development, medium-sized enterprise, optical technologies:

"...thus, the course of study in Engineering Physics not only satisfies the curiosity of the student, but also provides the certainty of acquiring skills that will be permanently in demand and appreciated in the business world."

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Jakob -

Individual focus and semester abroad:

"In the course of study in Engineering Physics, I especially found the excellent supervision by the professors and lecturers remarkable. For example, they try to make it easier for students to transition from school to MUAS at the beginning of their studies. The lectures take place in relatively small groups, which is conducive to learning success. It is possible for us students to set their own professional focus. It is also feasible to complete a semester abroad without prolonging the studies. I personally complete my internship in the UK. I will do another semester in the United States afterwards. These international experiences are very much supported by the university, be it with the formalities or also because there is always a discussion partner in the International Office. Another argument in favor of the course of study in Engineering Physics are the number of lab classes. From the second semester, we can deepen the theoretical knowledge of lectures in practical exercises, and so you learn a lot of knowledge for the future engineering profession early on. Due to the versatility of this degree, a smooth transition to business succeeds quite well. But there are also fellow students who continue their studies with a Master’s degree here at the Department or at another university. I can only recommend this course of study. It provides a very wide knowledge spectrum, which can be used in later professional life."

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Isabell -

Engineer in the aviation industry:

"The decision for the course of study in Engineering Physics was not only about my interest in the natural sciences, but also about the possibility of combining the theoretical with the practical. The program offers not only physics knowledge, but also a comprehensive range of engineering subjects, as well as interdisciplinary modules, all of which provide a wide range of knowledge for professional life and facilitate and facilitate entry into various sectors. It is usually the many internships that strengthen and deepen the learned theoretical knowledge and promote teamwork. I have already been able to benefit from the acquisition of extensive knowledge of theory and practice in the practical semester that I completed at Airbus. Also with my bachelor thesis, which dealt with the validation of a heat simulation (also aviation), this broad knowledge was very helpful. All in all, I really enjoyed the course, which is why I would study it again at any time, also because it is unconditionally possible as a woman and the degree program is not designed to be industry-specific. The job opportunities offered by this training are especially great for women of enormous diversity - and well paid for by the great demand from industry!"

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David -

Doctoral studies in Switzerland:

"Looking for a degree in my interests in crafts and physics, I also came across the bachelor’s course of study in Engineering Physics at the MUAS. This degree program is composed of a balanced mixture of theory and practice. As a student, you come into contact with concrete application scenarios early on and develop an understanding of where and how the formulas from the lectures can be transformed into experimental research and development work. The study program thus offers the opportunity to develop an approach to engineering-scientific problems already during the study, which many university students only have to work on after graduation. I still had a master's degree in Micro- and Nanotechnology after my bachelor's degree in Engineering Physics and had several really good career options after my master's degree. Ultimately, I decided to study for a doctoral degree in Switzerland (EPFL, Research Field Microfluidics) and continue to benefit from the experimental approach, the broad spectrum and the theoretically sound core events of my bachelor's program. Clear recommendation: Engineering Physics at the MUAS is really fun and opens up many opportunities!"

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Lucas -

Physics student in the 4th semester:

"Engineering Physics is certainly not the easiest study course, but due to the wide range of subjects and the emphasis in the lectures and lab classes, corresponds exactly to my ideas. The lab classes especially appeal to me through the extremely practical application, the direct implementation of the knowledge from the lecture and working in small teams. I would recommend this program to any scientifically and technically enthusiastic person."

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