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7. Contents of the study program and description of implementation

7.1. Admission conditions

Secondary education.

7.2. Admission requirements


Basic requirements:

  • Centralised examinations (Mathematics, Foreign language);

  • For persons,

- who acquired secondary education until 2004,

- with special needs, including persons, who obtained secondary education and were free of taking state examinations in the order defined in the normative acts,

- who acquired education abroad,

The results of competition are made in relation to education document about acquisition of the secondary education, which corresponds to the centralised examinations:

-Algebra and Geometry- annual average mark in Algebra and Geometry;

- Foreign language- annual mark in Foreign language course;

In case of competition, if there is equal sum or marks in the required subjects in the CE or documents of general education, the averaged mark in the education document in all subjects is considered.

7.3. Duration of studies


Three years of full time studies.

7.4. Volume of the program in credit points


Volume of the study program in credit points is 120

7.5. Program structure (compulsory option A part, restricted option B part, free option C part)


Compulsory (A) part – 68 CP, including Study paper, 4th semester, 2 CP

Compulsory option (B) part - 38 CP, including compulsory option depending on the chosen specialisation:

  • B(1) Mathematical Physics 10 CP;

  • B(2) Engineering Physics 10 CP;

  • B(3) Scientific Basics of School Physics Course 10 CP

Free option (C) part 2 CP;

Final examinations: Bachelor's examination 2 CP and Bachelor's paper 10 CP



7.6. Study program correspondence to the state higher education standard



Table 15

Volume of the study program in credit points

Study courses

Final examinations

Bachelor paper

Basic ideas, principles, structure and methodology of the corresponding scientific field or subfield.

Development history and actual problems of the scientific field or subfield.

Characteristics and problems of scientific fields or subfield in the interfield aspect.

Professional specialisation courses of the field

Free option courses







A part

68 CP


B part

C part

B part

B part

34

14

20

38

2

2

10

120


Table 16


Structure of the specialisation in the direction "Mathematical Physics"


Volume of the study program in credit points

Study courses

Final examinations

Bachelor paper

Basic ideas, principles, structure and methodology of the corresponding scientific field or subfield.

Development history and actual problems of the scientific field or subfield.

Characteristics and problems of scientific fields or subfield in the interfield aspect.

Professional specialisation courses of the field

Free option courses







A part

68 CP

B part

C part

B part

B part

34

14

20

38

2

2

10

General Physics 6

Thermodynamics and Molecular Physics 2

Optics and Spectroscopy 4

Electromagnetism 4

Theoretical Mechanics 4


Semiconductor Physics 2

Field Theory 2

Functional Analysis 2

Theory of Complex Variable Functions 2

Integral equations 2

Study paper 2


Methods of Optimisation 2

Numerical Methods 6

Actual problems of Physics 2

Quantum Mechanics4

Calculus 6

Linear algebra 2

Programming and Computers 12

B part (common to all)

Differential Equations 4

English 4

Astronomy 2

Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics 2

Mathematical Physics 4

Differential Geometry 2

Atom Physics and Nuclear Physics 2

Theory of Relativity 2

Statistical Physics 2

Solid State Physics 2

Hydrodynamics 2


B1 part

High Performance Computational Methods and Software Packages 2

Nonlinear Physics 2

Physics of Traffic and Econophysics

2

Biophysics 2

Computational Hydrodynamics 2

Optional courses







The result :Basic knowledge, skills and abilities in all scientific fields included in the program. Basis for the choice of further specialisation.


The result: Skills and competencies: research skills in Mathematical Physics, scientific research competencies related to Mathematical Physics











Table 17

Structure of the specialisation "Engineering Physics"

Volume of the study program in credit points


Study courses

Final examinations

Bachelor paper

Basic ideas, principles, structure and methodology of the corresponding scientific field or subfield.

Development history and actual problems of the scientific field or subfield.

Characteristics and problems of scientific fields or subfield in the interfield aspect.

Professional specialisation courses of the field

Free option courses







A part

68 CP

B part

C part

B part

B part

34

14

20

38

2

2

10

General Physics 6

Thermodynamics and Molecular Physics 2

Optics and Spectroscopy 4

Electromagnetism 4

Theoretical Mechanics 4

Semiconductor Physics 2

Field Theory 2

Functional Analysis 2

Theory of Complex Variable Functions 2

Integral equations 2

Study paper 2

Methods of Optimisation 2

Numerical Methods 6

Actual problems of Physics 2

Quantum Mechanics4


Calculus 6

Linear algebra 2

Programming and Computers 12

B part (common to all)

Differential Equations 4

English 4

Astronomy 2

Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics 2

Mathematical Physics 4

Differential Geometry 2

Atom Physics and Nuclear Physics 2

Theory of Relativity 2

Statistical Physics

2

Solid State Physics 2

Hydrodynamics 2


B2 part

Statistical Processing of Experimental Data 2

System modeling and simulation 2

Nano Physics and Quantum Electronics 2

Patent studies 2

Engineering Graphics 2

Optional courses







The result :Basic knowledge, skills and abilities in all scientific fields included in the program. Basis for the choice of further specialisation.


The result: Skills and competencies: research skills in Engineering Physics, competencies connected with Engineer's work












Table 18

Structure of the specialisation course "Basics of the School Physics Course"

Volume of the study program in credit points

Study courses


Final examinations

Bachelor paper

Basic ideas, principles, structure and methodology of the corresponding scientific field or subfield.

Development history and actual problems of the scientific field or subfield.

Characteristics and problems of scientific fields or subfield in the interfield aspect.

Professional specialisation courses of the field

Free option courses







A part

68 CP

B part

C part

B part

B part

34

14

20

38

2

2

10

General Physics 6

Thermodynamics and Molecular Physics 2

Optics and Spectroscopy 4

Electromagnetism 4

Theoretical Mechanics 4

Semiconductor Physics 2

Field Theory 2

Functional Analysis 2

Theory of Complex Variable Functions 2

Integral equations 2

Study paper 2

Methods of Optimisation 2

Numerical Methods 6

Actual problems of Physics 2

Quantum Mechanics4

Calculus 6


Linear algebra 2

Programming and Computers 12


B part (common to all)

Differential Equations 4

English 4

Astronomy 2

Theory of Probability and Mathematical Statistics 2

Mathematical Physics 4

Differential Geometry 2

Atom Physics and Nuclear Physics 2

Theory of Relativity 2

Statistical Physics 2

Solid State Physics 2

Hydrodynamics 2


B3 part

Theoretical basics of Physics School Course 6

Machinery, its development and history 2

History of Physics 2

Optional courses







The result :Basic knowledge, skills and abilities in all scientific fields included in the program. Basis for the choice of further specialisation.


The result: Skills and competencies: research skills in school Physics, competencies connected with school Physics









7.7. The acquired academic degree


After graduation of the Program, academic degree of bachelor in Physics is acquired.

7.7. The acquired diploma of higher academic education


Bachelor's diploma.

7.9. Requirements for acquisition of academic degree or professional degree and/or qualification (has to be described according to the item 4.2. of the Annex)

To acquire the general education courses, which provide the corresponding knowledge for higher academic education of the first level; to acquire profile courses in Physics, which provide acquisition of knowledge, skills and abilities common for the field and relative profession group; to acquire the chosen specialisation courses, which provide acquisition of the corresponding knowledge, skills and abilities; to elaborate study paper in connection to the chosen specialisation in Physics, to elaborate and defend the bachelor paper.

7.10. Form of studies


Full-time studies.

7.11. Forms of activities


Lectures, practical works, laboratory works, seminars, independent students' work. Types of independent work:

  • practical and laboratory works, which students submit to the lecturer within the defined term;

  • tests, which provide an opportunity to find out how students acquire the corresponding course during the semester, theses, some of which can be chosen to be defended;

  • homeworks;

  • essays on separate independently acquired topics.

7.12. Forms of examinations (test or exam)



Tests and exams (10 point system).

7.13. Accounting of the structure units (departments, groups of professors, laboratories, institutes etc.) involved in the program implementation, indicating their certain task in the program implementation process



In the program implementation are involved lecturers of the faculty of Natural and Social Sciences in the field of exact sciences, Institute of Mathematical Sciences and Information Technologies, Physics laboratory, as well as separate visiting lecturers

The exact science field of the faculty of Natural and Social Sciences provides the majority of lecturers and also the necessary operation of the computer equipment. IMSIT gives students an opportunity to do scientific research activities, participate in the modeling of physical processes by using parallel computations. Physics laboratory provides students with all the necessary equipment for practice and laboratory works. Single laboratory works in general Physics, Optics, Solid State and Semiconductor Physics are panned to be conducted in physical laboratories of RTU until the LiepU Physics laboratory will be improved (see Intentions protocol in the Attachment),

7.14. Description of auxiliary personnel (showing its tasks)



Computer laboratory assistants and network administrators are responsible for the order in the computer classrooms and computer technical condition. Physics laboratory assistant is responsible for operation of the laboratory equipment.

7.15. Costs of the material base



The Physics laboratory has all the necessary equipment in order to acquire the school course of Physics, but some changes are necessary in order to provide successful physics laboratory works. In LiepU development strategies it is planned to create a complete physics laboratory.

7.16. Program costs


For the program 10 state financed places are anticipated. The costs are calculated according to the normative acts defined in LR MK 12.12.2006 regulations No 994 "The order how higher schools are financed from the state budged".

The planned study program financing for the full-time studies in 2011 - 2014 is LVL 66 197, incl.: financing form the state budget: LVL 63 347, benefit from study fees: LVL 2 850.



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