Candidates for this programme are required to pass 40 credit hours course, comprising 28 credit hours of core courses and 12 credit hours elective courses.Courses Offered Core courses STPD6014 Research Methodology STSP6014 Method of Instrumentation Analysis STSP6023 Applied Quantum Mechanics STSP6033 Advanced Mathematical Methods STSP6043 Advanced Computational Physics STSP6053 Advanced Electromagnetism STSP6972 Research Project I STSP6986 Research Project II Elective courses STSP6113 Physical Metallurgy STSP6123 Advanced Polymer STSP6133 Biomaterials STSP6143 Materials Design and Modeling STSP6153 Materials and Composites Technology STSP6163 Corrosion Control and Monitoring STSP6173 Science and Agro materials Technology STSP6313 Semiconductor Physics and Devices STSP6323 Superconductor and Magnetism STSP6333 Thin-Film Technology STSP6343 Nanotechnology STSP6373 Applied Optics and Optoelectronics STSP6383 Sensor and System STSP6513 Physics of Diagnostic Radiology STSP6523 Physics of Radiation Therapy STSP6533 Medical Nuclear Physics STSP6713 Statistical Mechanics STSP6723 Introduction to Non-linear Dynamics Theory STSP6733 Fluctuations in Physical Systems STSP6743 Space Physics STSP6753 Physics of Modern Imaging STSP6773 Modification of Wood STSP6793 Nuclear Techniques in Industry & Research Introduction Energy is the most important resource for the development of a country.A research project is required to be undertaken throughout the duration to provide the experience of doing independent research under the supervision of the school academics.
Materials scientists are employed by companies who make products of metals and alloys, ceramics, polymers and composites.
They also work in the coatings and biomedical industries.
The curriculum of the graduate program in Applied Physics consists of core courses and elective courses.
The core courses are designed to provide students with the fundamentals of physics and skills in computing, mathematics and instrumentations.
The award of the seal is based on learning outcome oriented standards of the involved disciplines and complies with the European Qualifications Framework and the ‘European Standards and Guidelines.’” To graduate from the program, you must successfully complete 120 credit hours, including 74 credits from required and elective courses, 16 credits from research work, and 30 credits from the final examination and the thesis defense. For a semester-by-semester breakdown of the course plan and course descriptions, please see full curriculum.
Upon completion of the degree requirements, the graduate will receive a Russian State Diploma and a European Diploma Supplement.
The core courses also include the management and evaluation of technology and communications skills.
The electives which can be taken from a range of topics are designed so that students can develop their own course of study according to their interests.
Here’s what our alumni saying: To be admitted as a regular graduate student to a two-year Master’s program at MISIS, an applicant must have earned a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent.
The deadline to submit an application for fall 2019 is July 10.