To be accepted into the Master's programme in Physics, you must hold a relevant Bachelor's degree.
The study of physics deals with phenomena ranging from the smallest elementary particles to cosmos.
Between these extremes are atoms, molecules, compounds and liquids with a multitude of properties, which physicists describe and utilise. Last, but not least, there is an important mediation aspect, both within and outside the various institutions of education.
All Master's programmes at the Faculty of Science are characterised by a large number of electives. This allows you to specialise by taking elective courses in Denmark or abroad or conducting a research project in close coorporation with a business.
Depending on how you piece it together, the Master's programme in Physics provides you with many different job openings in both the public sector and in private businesses.