Bachelor courses

Telecommunications Physics and Electronics

Aim of the study programme

The aim of program is giving the theoretical and practical knowledge for activities in telecommunications, high technology, electronics industry and for further Masterstudy.                                                                          

Intended learning outcomes

Bachelor in Electronics Engineering is able to use with the telecommunication and electronical devices and systems, the technical control and maintenances of the telecommunication and electronical systems, the physical principles operation usage in the electronical systems and the physical knowledge application in the telecommunication technology, the scientific research skills practical in the new technology development process.                                                                    

Occupational profiles of graduates

A graduate is able to work at high technology and telecommunications fields.

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Physics of Energy

Aim of the study programme

To fill up the need of such specialists of Applied Physics programme in Lithuania; training on the high university level specialists fitting the international standards and to be able for postgraduate studies; to achieve that the knowledge in the physics of nuclear power engineering obtained during the master studies would open the possibility for the graduates to join the international cooperation as well as analyse and solve the technological and physical problems of nuclear power engineering in Lithuania.                                                             

 Intended learning outcomes

Bachelor in Physics musters up special knowledge in the range of fundaments of physics, is able to apply modern scientific concepts and theoretical models, skills in practical knowledge applications, scientific work and self-contained practice.                                                                   

 Occupational profiles of graduates

A graduate is able to work at research and industrial institutions the activity of which involves nuclear power engineering and nuclear reactor physics, i. e. theoretical and numerical modeling of nuclear reactors, neutron physics, interaction of ionizing radiation with matter, radiation spectroscopy, radiation ecology.

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Modern Technologies Physics and Management

Aim of the study programme

To prepare highly qualified managers and organizers for economical activities understanding not only economical and law subjects but also high technologies based on results modern natural sciences.                                                                     

Intended learning outcomes

Graduate of Management of Modern Technologies programme is able to analyze and manage economical activities of particular firms, to analyze Lithuanian and foreign market of modern informational technologies, modern materials and their application, laser and biophysical technologies and also to prepare high technologies implementation projects.                                                           

Occupational profiles of graduates

A graduate is able to competently organize and manage economic activity of high technologies scientific research as well as planning, production and promotion activities of the field.

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Physics

Aim of the study programme

To fill up the need of such specialists of fundamental physics in Lithuania; training on the high university level specialists fitting the international standards and to be able for postgraduate studies; to achieve that the knowledge in the fundamental physics obtained during the studies would open the possibility for the graduates to join the international cooperation as well as analyse and solve the physical and technological problems in Lithuania.                                                                   

Intended learning outcomes

Bachelor in Physics musters up special knowledge in the range of fundaments of physics, is able to apply modern scientific concepts and theoretical models, skills in practical knowledge applications, scientific work and self-contained practice.                                                                   

Occupational profiles of graduates

A graduate is able to work at research and industrial institutions the activity of which deals with the issues theoretical and experimental physics, high-technology companies in the optoelectronics and related fields.                                        

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Computing Physics

Aim of the study programme

The purpose of the program is to prepare specialists able to master new technologies based on results of modern natural sciences, faster integrate themselves in development of new ideas and technologies; provision of knowledge on modern informational technologies, on the methods of theoretical modeling and prediction and application of that knowledge during computerization of physical and technological applications.                                                                  

 Intended learning outcomes

Graduate of Computing Physics programme is able to computerize physical and technological work, to formulate the problem, determine necessary informational technologies and implementation necessary for successfully solving of the problem.                                                                  

Occupational profiles of graduates

A graduate is able to work as researcher, technologist, information manager at different scientific institutions and firms, where modern technologies based on the results of modern natural sciences are developed and used.

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