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Learning outcomes

  • This Programme is offered in Odense
  • This programme is offered in Danish

What makes a graduate with an engineering degree in Physics and Technology especially attractive to the labour market? Below is an overview of the competencies you will have once graduated: general engineering competencies as well as the special competencies you will acquire in Physics and Technology.

General engineering competencies

With an engineering degree from the University of Southern Denmark you will have a strong academic and professional profile based on highly competent teachers and fellow students who are skilled, curious and committed to their studies. Moreover, you will be part of a research and development environment of high international standard. That is how we ensure that you get the most recent knowledge and ability to be right up there in the lead should you choose to study or work abroad.

Students acquire:

  • ability to solve specific problems alone or in teams
  • ability to manage a project from beginning to end
  • ability to work independently as well as in teams
  • ability to define, formulate and analyse a problem.

Students are:

  • used to working with companies and will have a thorough understanding of business.

Specific competencies

With a degree in Physics and Technology you will have the following competencies:

  • Ability to design and implement the technological products and systems that we need
  • Ability to solve technological development tasks because you are familiar with the different electronic, optic, acoustic and nanotechnological components that modern companies use
  • Ability to transfer information between physical and electronic/digital systems, apply programming techniques and model systems in order to conduct development and consulting work on high-technological products.

The bachelor degree qualifies you to continue your studies for a master of science in engineering degree. After the master degree it is possible to continue your studies with a three-year research programme leading towards a PhD degree.