Subject Specific Criteria

SSC (Subject-Specific Criteria)
Spesialist CompetencesSSC-1They have sound knowledge of classical physics (mechanics, electrodynamics, thermodynamics, oscillations, waves and optics) and are familiar with the fundamentals of quantum, atomic and molecular, nuclear, elementary particle and solid state physics.
SSC-2They are familiar with important mathematical methods used in physics and can use these to solve physics problems.
SSC-3They have applied their knowledge to physics problems in an exemplary manner and studied some areas in greater depth, thereby acquiring a first basis for problem solving competence. 
SSC-4They have a basic capacity to comprehend physics problems. This will in general however not yet facilitate a deeper understanding of current research areas. 
SSC-5They are familiar with basic principles of experimentation, are able to use modern physics measurement methods, and are in a position to assess the significance of results correctly.
SSC-6They have generally also acquired an overview knowledge in selected other natural science subjects or technical disciplines.
Social CompetencesSSC-7They are able to apply their knowledge to different fields and act responsibly in their professional activity. They are moreover able to recognise new trends in their subject area and integrate the relevant methodology – if necessary after appropriate qualification – into their further work.
SSC-8They are able to continuously and independently extend and deepen the knowledge acquired in the Bachelor's degree programme. They are familiar with suitable learning strategies (lifelong learning) for this; they are in particular qualified for a consecutive Master's degree programme in principle.
SSC-9They are familiar with the basic elements of the relevant specialised English. 
SSC-10They are able to solve a simple scientific problem and to present their results orally (talk/presentation) and in writing (demonstrated in a Bachelor’s thesis).
SSC-11They know the rules of good scientific practice.